Just a thought. It so happens that a brand-new Driving Test Centre has just opened for business in my area - and where is it? Right next to my place of work, that's where it is. Which means I now see an awful lot of very nervous L-drivers just setting out on the big T - or returning home all self-confidence duly shattered ... . Needless to say, as they wait to emerge into the main road and see me bearing down on them, their behaviour has always been impeccable. I'm wondering now how I ought to put them off/egg them on/baffle and bewilder them/calm them down/scare them do whatever, all in the interests of making their Test more true-to-life... But of course I shouldn't scoff. Didn't I have to go through all this myself, all those 40-odd years ago? And it occurs to me, the more opportunity the examiner has to mark up (or down) 'interact safely with other road users including cyclists' the better our interests are served.