The scene: 3:30pm on a warm Thursday afternoon, I’m cycling down Carlton Gore Rd towards Newmarket. I’m approaching the intersection with Davis Crescent and I intend to turn right. I look behind, there’s a car but it’s some distance away, so I indicate by putting my right arm out to the side and start to move to the right. The car fails to slow down and breezes past me, very close. I look up, and through the back window I can see that the driver is looking down and to the left. When the motorist stops at the intersection I ride up next to him and look in the window, he’s doing something with his cellphone. I knock on the window, he rolls it down.
Me: You might want to look at the road instead of at your phone.
The Motorist: What’s it to you?
Me: You nearly ran me over back there.
The Motorist: Well… were you indicating?
Me (while riding away): Yes, which you would have seen if you WEREN’T LOOKING AT YOUR PHONE.