Davis v Schrogin (2006) is a motorbike case but I think it's still the current precedent for case law- basically, if a collision occurs that the filterer couldn't avoid, it's 100% the motorist's fault, no blame split and no liability to the filterer.
Nobeerinthefridge - Member
People do that all the time on my commute, see you coming behind, then they pull right over tight to the kerb.
At which point you do a jolly loop round them, not forgetting to wave.
johnhe - Member
I've never thought about why, but cyclists moving to the front of a stationary line of traffic is usually extremely irritating, and that's coming from a cyclist. Anyone who claims that they're unaware that this is the general feeling of drivers isn't trying to see the drivers point of view too much.
I take reasonable steps not to annoy drivers. But if they want to be unreasonably annoyed they will be, the only way to avoid annoying some people is to not exist.
I don't get annoyed by cyclists passing me, kind of bewildered why any cyclist would tbh.