This morning while taking Mrs Scumbags 250 Bandit to have the fork seals done, I was turning right into Bayswater Rd from Cantebury Rd, I was in the inner of the two turn lanes as I wanted to go to Bayswater shops to get the latest AMCN. Now I had completed my turn and was about to accelerate up to the speed limit when I noticed the Commodore on my left merging into my lane, albeit with the indicator on. I rolled off the throttle and gave the horn a quick blast. The lady driver then checked her mirrors and swerved back into her original lane, still without looking. She then indicated again and I had left her the room to move so she did. At the next set of lights (about 200 metres) she opens her door and yells to me "sorry I did not see you, you were not in my mirrors" to which my reply was, "A head check would have sorted that problem", her reponse was to give me a filthy look and some abuse I did not catch, then slam her door shut. The traffic had moved a little so I could move up to the front of the inner turn lane, as I passed her right hand side I noticed where her right mirror was positioned. At the point so when she looked into it the car on the immediate right would be seen. No wonder she did not see me on the little 250. I bet she would have seen the Duke though just because she would have heard it. When I was taught how to drive all those years ago my instructor told me how to adjust my mirrors. It was so I could see the rear door handles in the bottom inner corner of the mirror. Now most I see seem to be facing almost 90 degrees in to the next lane. I am not surprised people say I did not see you, they can hardly see anything. This was not the end of my little episode, as I went into Mountain Hwy towards the Bayswater shops I yelled at a little P plater girly to get off her phone, she was texting someone. I think she got the idea. Rant now over.