To put things in prospective, today's was my first ever near miss in almost 7 years of cycling everywhere. It was scary! It was just after 6am, I wanted to do a right turn (no lights) on a wide, downhill, dual carriage road: 2 lanes going downhill, two going uphill. There was no other cars on the road, only me on the bike and this car. I am riding in the middle of the right lane going downhill, about to turn right, when I see a car coming toward me, so I slow down, ready to let it pass. The driver was not indicating: he /she could have wanted to go to my left into an industrial estate, but, not indicating, I thought they were going straight. I was not indicating either, I get a bit wobbly indicating downhill, but my road position was giving no mixed signals. Anyway, the driver turned their steering wheel right into me, carried on a bit, stopped in the nick of time, then passed me on the wrong lane. Maybe they did turn into that industrial estate, I should have turned to look! All day at work I though, oh drat, maybe it was my fault, maybe I was in his lane without realizing, it was quite dark, but on Strava you can see that I was right in the middle of my turning lane. Here is a screenshot: the sharp angle is when I stopped dead because they were driving into me. I wouldn't attempt this turn in rush hours, but have done it plenty of times when the road is quiet, with no problems at all, even when I had buses coming towards me. By the way, the driver did not beep me or give me abuse. If I was in the wrong they would have done, for sure! I think tomorrow I'll take the adjacent shared pavement, at the moment it is narrowed by roadworks, plus there are two bus stops on the "cycling facility" ... the joys! I'll be back on that road once my blood pressure stabilizes but if I could do it better next time please, do say!