Having survived many years of riding many years ago, and returning to bikes this year, I like to think that I'm riding more "sensibly", particularly in town. Years ago, I would rev my bike to the max through every gear all the time, regardless of where I was or the road conditions. As a result, I had two really nasty crashes at intersections that put me in hospital both times.
Anyhow...long story short, I'm much older and wiser now, and am "behaving" myself in town, staying as close to the 50kph speed limit as I can (well...ok...more like 60kph) but I'm getting tailgated by the occasional jackass in a car who seems to be outraged that I'm not going faster. This happens more in the RIGHT "slow" lane than the right "fast" lane for some reason, and they get REALLY close...like a couple of feet from my back tire.
What do you more experienced guys/gals do about it?
-follow him home and beat the shit out of him (attractive idea, but not really an option for me at my age..I'd probably lose )
-take his license plate number and report him to the poh-lees