I was heading up to work today and need to changing lanes. I looked to the right and the lane was free, so I blink and start over. Just then I hear someone do one of those LONG honks where they hold down the horn. I quickly look and see that a car is moving into the lane from the other side but into my blind spot. I clear out no biggie. But then the guy moves up to me and starts pointing and glaring/yelling at me. Easy to read his lips on those.
It's decision time...I put my hand on my chest and mouth, "Sorry..." and wave with the open hand. He has a choice: accept the apology, and go on our merry way, or build up some stress/drama/tension, etc...He chooses to continue. WHY? What's the point? What is there to win?
He's now in my way to move over to the 94, I slow down and move over to the right going behind him. Now he glares at me from the other side. No accident, no nothing....just a lot of stress at high speed when he could have just nodded and acknowledged that he accepted the apology. I wonder if he feels better now?
What would you have done?