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I agree with most answers stating that you can't make a decision for another road user, however, I want to share something that happens on my country, Honduras, were we have a generally poor vehicular culture, and just the first attempts are being made towards motorist accepting bicyclists as legitimate road and street users. In our roads, truck drivers (18 ...


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No, do not wave on following vehicles to overtake. The argument is similar, perhaps even stronger to that of cars flashing their lights to allow others, who don't have right of way/priority, to turn in front of them. This is considered dangerous and explicitly forbidden by the (UK) highway code:- Rule 110: Flashing headlights. Only flash your headlights ...


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It sounds like you're talking about waving a driver around where there's double yellow lines in the center of the road (and blind double yellow at that) indicating that vehicles may not cross it to pass. Either way, the driver needs to decide when to pass, based on their own visibility and judgment. Waving around just pressures us to make a possibly bad ...



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