Do you ever move left in order to communicate yielding to an oncoming left-turner?
EDIT (rephrase question for clarity): In a situation where you are approaching an intersection while a car driver is approaching from the opposite direction, and he is signalling to turn left, do you ever choose to yield to him and communicate this by moving left?
If yes, can you explain how your moving left alone might communicate yielding to an oncoming left-turner?
EDIT: Here is the post that prompted the creation of this poll/thread:
And here is the relevant portion of a post that implies agreement with Bek:Originally Posted by Bekologist
I don't get it. I'm looking for someone who can explain it.Originally Posted by SingingSabre