Dear city bus drivers, delivery persons in big boxy trucks, and other assorted service people with thankless jobs who may lapse in traffic courtesy from time to time (and also folks with unnecessarily large pickup trucks even though you are not in construction or hauling furniture on a regular basis):

I understand that you may have to take a wide turn on city streets with square corners due to the nature of your cumbersome vehicle, and I am happy to accommodate that whenever possible. However, you do not have to suddenly swing out halfway into the lane directly to the left of you when turning onto a curved on-ramp - particularly when there is quite clearly someone in that lane. I see you in your giant mirror, so I know you see me.

In conclusion, my little car's lap can't handle your big ass, so stop trying to sit on it.

With fond appreciation,