Had an appointment after work last night, so I didn't leave Spring Hill until after six. Stopped for petrol at Herston then found my way back to Kelvin Grove Road. As I was heading over the hill near the maccas after Newmarket Road, I indicate to change from left lane to centre lane, check my blind spot and then move to change lanes (preparing early to head north instead of west along Samford Road). At this point a Land Cruiser/Land Rover/Ridiculously large SUV that has probably never even seen a dirt road changes into the lane, indicating as it changes lanes and very nearly side swipes me. I move back to my lane to find the car in front of me braking to turn into the maccas/servo car entrance and have a helluva oh shit! moment. The first thing that goes through my mind is don't jerk the brakes or you are going down. So I slowly apply braking, but don't pull the clutch in as I feel like the loss of drive on the rear will load up the front (I don't know if this is true but I always feel less stable coasting with the clutch in). My mind doesn't work quickly enough to downshift considering I'm tired and wet and stressed. Then the rear starts to fishtail and my ring starts fluttering as I can picture a lowside/slide into the vehicle ahead. Luckily I manage to keep upright until the vehicle finally turns into the car park, retain my grip on the road, drop a couple of gears and keep moving while the SUVtard has sped off ahead and changed into my lane, doing over the limit in the wet. Did I mention I hate SUVs...?