When I'm approaching an in-town intersection and I see a car waiting to turn left across my path, besides slowing down, I sometimes flash my highbeam on/off to be sure they see me. I can't decide if this is the safe thing to do or not. Lately it seems like drivers will take this as a signal that they are to go ahead and try to quickly cross in front of me, rather than just sitting tight, which is what I'm trying to signal. (ABS just saved my bacon a couple of days ago, no doubt about it). I wonder if the seperation space has got something to do with it-the closer you are the more likely they are to jump? Any comments?