I was talking to a non-cycling friend about this popular video on YouTube where an elderly man right hooks a pair of cyclists. They chase him down and confront him in a surprisingly civilized manner. They explained that it is against the law to overtake cyclists riding AFRAP and then turn right in front of them. The driver's reply is what sums up the entire problem between bikes and cars. He said, "What am I supposed to do?" The cyclists said, "You have to stop and wait for us to pass." His reaction was like that was something beyond comprehension. Stop, wait? Impossible.
My non-cycling friend sort of agreed with the driver. She said that she thought that once the passed the cyclists, it was the cyclist's responsibility to yield to the car if it made a right turn. She said she thinks most drivers probably feel that way. She's probably right based upon my experiences.