Consider this statement:
As a motorist approaches from behind a cyclist riding relatively slowly up ahead in space adjacent to, but not in, the motorist's intended line of travel, the motorist should take notice of the cyclist, slow down some, and possibly adjust left prior to overtaking the cyclist.
b) Agree, unless cyclist is traveling in space separated from motorist's line of travel by a bike lane stripe or shoulder stripe, in which case adjustment in speed or lateral position is often not required.
c) Generally agree, except ... (specify in post)
d) Disagree - motorist should not have to slow down and/or adjust laterally prior to overtaking an out-of-the-way cyclist traveling in adjacent space, regardless of whether there is a separating stripe or not.
e) Disagree - for reason(s) specified in post.