I do EXACTLY the same thing buddy!!Everytime I'm at a light or stop, I always pulse my front brakes so that the brake light pulses on and off, hoping that some brain dead person behind me does not plow into me.
No helmet law here in Hawaii either.What is more scary, Arizona doesnt required riders to wear helmets. Every time I visit family in Az, I tend to look twice at riders as they blow by me with no helmets. Being a rider of Cali, it trips me out every time. I hope most of them were fully protected because head injuries are very serious. God bless them and may they have a full recovery.
Well its good population control... I have no remorse for these useless humans WHO KNOW BETTER, but lack the common sense, or will to do the right thing; more like the complete disregard they have for everyone else. I feel for all the victims, everyday that face these people in head on collisions and likewise. Texting and driving should be a felony, along with putting on makeup. I saw a lady in Seattle driving on I-5 northbound near downtown reading a NEWSPAPER...these people should be shot, because they will kill you, or your kids and never seem to learn until they are dead.I have a friend that is Cal Highway Patrol, he rode a bike for years and got off a couple of years back...he's told me often that the amount of accidents caused by people in cars simply being distracted from phones, reading maps, reading newspapers and the like has increased 700% the past five years. In fact he told me about a 30 year old women who killed herself a few months back in a So Cal Canyon, who was driving with her knees (on a mountain road during rush hour) while using both hands to put on her make up, face in the rearview mirror, while talking on the phone (wedged between her shoulder and ear) with her radio on super loud (they'd gotten cell phone reports about what she was up to, while she was still rolling) and the dispatched car that was sent to investigate, found her totaled car, head-on into a truck on the wrong side of the road, makeup scattered around both floorboards, cell phone opened at her feet, mirror facing where her head would have been and the radio still blasting. He said to me last week: "Just look at the amount of bus benches, newspaper boxes, street signs and such you see knocked down all over town...people are are driving and not even looking at the road and it's getting worse. If we don't start treating these types of incidents with the same energy and vigor that we prosecute people for drunk driving, thousands of innocent people are going to die as a result"