Something I've noticed out driving about. I was taught, oh so long ago, that when you came upon an obstruction in your lane you were to yield to oncoming traffic. I've noticed more and more when I'm in the other lane drivers expect me to stop/slow down so they can get around. I first started noticing this at work. I can on occasion have to take heavy equipment onto the roadway. I was somewhat flabbergasted at people who would pass me into oncoming traffic. I've have seen a couple of very close headons. A few weeks ago I came upon a couple of bikers in the other lane with a car catching up to them. Instead of yielding the right of way they came into my lane, thinking I would I guess. To avoid me they almost took those two poor souls out. Then a few days ago I was riding with the kid when we came upon some pedestrians in the other lane with a car bearing down on them. Same thing as the time before except this time the woman had her hands in the air in an exasperated manner like "why the fuck didn't you slow down and let me around". Has anyone else noticed this? When did yield right of way become fuck you, I'm going?