Last week my wife and I were out for a ride she on her trike and me on the Road Glide. We were about 90 miles north of where we live. We came into a town with a 45 MPH speed limit, on a four lane road and we were in the left lane preparing to make a left turn about 7 or 8 blocks further up. Traveling the speed limit I saw the car to my right move over to the left without a signal. To say the least I used all of my MSF course lessions and still it was a very close encounter. My wife who was behind me later said she knew I was going down and it was going to be bad. The driver of the car noticed me when he got fully in the left lane and waved his right hand, and then he moved back over to the right lane, without a signal, and stuck his left hand out to wave me to go ahead of him. I was not about to give him another shot at me so I stayed back and let him go ahead and he made the same left turn we were making. Once we cleared the city limits he moved out passing cars and traveling well above the speed limit. I put it out of my mind and about 50 miles up I stopped for gas and sure enough he was at the same station. He approched me and said he was sorry "he didn't see me". I asked him to please pay more attention, and how would he feel if he were apologizing to my wife while I was on my way to the hospital or worse? I did not raise my voice, use any expletives ar any hand jestures. My wife says I should have graciously accepted his apology. What does the forum think?