What are you referencing? Are you talking about keeping your wheels straight (when you're in a cage) as you wait to make a left turn? I had never thought about that before, but now that I read this I will start doing it. Maybe I will get hit from behind some day as I wait to turn left, and I certainly don't want to be pushed into oncoming traffic, both for my own safety and the safety of oncoming motorists.
Maybe you should, sounds a bit callous.
I took chrisashbrook's comment a little differently... Maybe he's saying that he doesn't dwell on accident reports like this. You can "worry" about all kinds of things (that you have no control over) without really being able to affect the outcome, and all you really accomplish is raising your blood pressure and causing ulcers.Man. Some of you guys are really flaming chrisashbrook for the post above.
Now, I may be wrong, but I read his post as saying, "while on his bike" he doesn't pay attention to whether an oncoming vehicle has its wheels turned or not and that he doesn't intend to start worrying about it, "while on his bike". And I tend to agree with that.
I did did not read into his post that he was callously not going to "pay attention to that stuff" while in his cage, if he was the guy waiting to make a turn.
I suppose I could be wrong, but damn,, it seems that a lot of folks on this board are ready to jump all over other posters a$$e$ At the drop of a hat.
I guess that that is why I read much more than I post...