Am I stubborn son of a mule, plain stupid or right? Picture a suburban road, with cars parked down one side. There is room for a car and a bike to pass each other but only if the cyclist stays no more then a couple of feet from the kerb. Cars can travel about 30-40, though the limit is only. I cycle about a two feet out from the kerb. However, cars can't wait and always try to shoot thtough, expecting you to enter the kerb. You don't so the car/4x4 does a sharp left by half a foot (still at some speed) and you end up gesticulating to the driver. Which really stresses me out. Having read some of the posts here, should I do the following? Take the primary (be aware these drivers aren't cycle primary route savvy) and when (as they always do) pull out to zoom past me then I should move to about two feet from the kerb. That way, in theory, the primary will give me more swerve room and I will be planning to move towards that kerb anyway, as I know the driver will try to squeeze past me. Cheers....Advice welcome.