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On the whole I think it is best to not approach drivers when out cycling. Sometimes a 'near miss' is unintentional, sometimes it is due to carelessness and sometimes it might be intentional. The trouble is, from a cyclist point of view it is often hard to tell which it was. When approaching a driver after an incident it is difficult for the situation to ...


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I find you are better off letting them approach you (if they want to). Most people are emotional enough after a near miss that a reasonable approach will not accomplish you anything. By that, I mean if a driver decides to blame you and is pissed, you are not likely to make them less angry. If they feel guilty and concerned (as they should) you may make ...



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