Here's what I want. You know those road construction lighted signs with the three arrows flashing in succession telling drivers the lane is closed and to move to the other lane? I want one of those to hang on my back while riding on two-laned, lightly trafficked streets. Why can't cars, when there is nobody in the left lane, change over to that lane when they see me hugging the curb in the right lane? Every morning I get cars flying past me 2 feet from my handlebar, when they could easily be in the left lane. It's not like they're wanting to make a right turn up ahead so they need to be in the right lane. It's not like traffic in the left lane is packed full so they can't get over. Rather, it's that they are *******s with no concern for bicyclists sharing the road. I guess I should stop hugging the curb and ride in center of the right lane, claiming my rightful place in the flow of traffic. Aaargh.