What happens at turns

When a motorist passes a bicyclist mid-block and intends to make a right turn two things
need to happen inside that head of his: 1) realization that he is slowing his motor vehicle down to make the turn;
2) awareness of the strong possibility that that bicyclist he just passed is speeding up to catch the
light. The law in every state is the same when it comes to turning a vehicle. It may only be done when it is
reasonable and prudent to do so.