“Tertiary” I’m using here as the position you’d be in, safely outside the door zone, if there were actually a car there! I mean overtaking a parked car (“PC”) & staying in that position as there’s another PC 20 yards further on rather than swerving in towards the kerb & then moving out again. My regular commute includes a road with PCs one side. On my way to work, with PCs on the right hand side, it’s wide enough for an oncoming car to pass a PC with me riding in secondary. If there’s a bus oncoming, I tend to hop up on the pavement if there are no pedestrians about! My concern is on the way home, when I have to pass the PCs. If I ride outside the door zone, there’s no room for a car to overtake me, and to be fair most don’t try to. The problem is that there are usually long-ish stretches with no PCs. If I move to primary or secondary & let someone overtake, what happens is a few yards further on they have to stop behind a PC because of oncoming traffic & I have to wait behind them, even though there’s plenty of room for me to overtake the PC. So, even if there’s room for a car to overtake me, if I can see they’d have to stop soon after & impede my progress, what should I do? I tend to stay in tertiary, which appears to annoy the driver behind unless they’re looking far enough ahead to see that they wouldn’t get anywhere anyway. Thoughts?