Here is the background. The crossing is a 4 lane road with a left hand turn lane (5 lanes total) in a forest preserve, the road is marked with 8' wide diagonal stripes to keep cars out of the crossing. Cars usually ignore this and sit there anyway. On my commute this morning, I was crossing though the intersection. Their light was stone cold red. A cager in the turn lane starts to move forward into the marked area, blocking my crossing. I hit my 115 db Airzound from 15-10 feet away and he continues. I now ride the horn for 3 seconds until about 5 feet away and the idiot finally looks up. I swerve around him yelling "Move your ass!" (sorry, was pissed at that point).
So, the question, should I swerve in front of idiots and risk being hit (slowly) or behind them (which would likely require delicate weaving between cars in different lanes)?