Following on from the cycle path question, who has right of way where a cycle path runs alongside a main road and is intersected by minor roads / driveways, logically it ought to be the cyclist who is continuing straight on, whereas a vehicle approaching the main road from one of the minor roads or leaving a driveway has to be slowing down / stopping anyway. If there are no give way markings on either the road or the cycle path and there is no law written down describing this situation, then surely the vehicle gives way to the bike as this is the more vulnerable road user. Not to mention it ought to be common sense too. How I wish we would adopt the Dutch system of painted white "sharks teeth" that clearly denote who has to give way, in the situation described above it would always be the vehicle. I have a feeling that cyclists defer to cars just because it has always been thus, that plus a certain amount of intimidation. Might be it is time to test / change the law if one exists.