Are you a vehicular cyclist?
That is, do you ride in accordance with the vehicular rules of the road, obeying traffic rules, generally keeping to the right of faster traffic, using the full lane when it is too narrow to be safely shared, or when it is necessary for other reasons, like merging left for a left turn, using bike lanes only when it is safe and appropriate to do so for the current conditions and situation, using negotiation to cross multiple lanes of traffic, one lane at a time, always doing a shoulder check before moving laterally on the roadway, signalling your intentions to other vehicle drivers, positioning yourself to be visible and predictable, using speed positioning between intersections and destination positioning at intersections, and generally riding as just another vehicle (albeit a slow and narrow one) driver in traffic, rather than as an outsider?
Speed positioning, which vehicle drivers use between intersections, means positioning yourself on the road according to speed - slower traffic keeps to the side.
Destination positioning, which vehicle drivers use at intersections, means positioning yourself according to destination. For drivers of slow vehicles, this generally means using the rightmost lane that serves their direction (e.g., right most left turn lane if going left). This also means positioning within the lane according to destination if travel from that lane is allowed in multiple directions. For a through-or-right lane, for example, it means keeping to the right if turning right, or keeping to the left if going straight.