I read with great amusement the thread of emails regarding "Should I Let Her Ride?". Well now it is my turn to seek advice: Should I let HIM ride? I am referring to Roger, my beloved. Ever since he got that FJR1300, his riding has seemed more and more careless to me. Even when we are riding the Wings together, this same foolhardy attitude seems to bleed over. Twice today, I witnessed him changing lanes, pulling right out in front of a vehicle already in the lane he was aiming for. When I called him on it, he replied, "Well, I had my turn signal on." I tried explaining to him that just because he puts on his turn signal does not give him the right of way. He still must yield to people who are already in the lane he wants to get into. He seems to think that the mere act of putting his turn signal on automatically gives him the right-of-way, and people should pull back and slow down to let him into the lane. Well, you know and I know that a lot of the time people won't do that. If anything, they will speed up to keep him from getting in front of them. But that doesn't stop Roger -- he'll just pull right out in front of them anyway. He almost gave me a heart attack today, TWICE! :banghead: It's getting to the point that I am becoming scared to ride with him, because I do not want to be a witness to his early demise. It will be bad enough when the police come to my door to inform me, I don't have to see it happen! Any suggestions?