Her lane is the merging lane so she has to yield to the traffic in the lane that she is merging into, which she didn't.
This situation is also a little bit of the motorcyclist's fault also. He was looking back and forth at her the whole time so he was fully aware of what she was doing. The lady was pushing ahead of him so he should’ve just slowed down and pulled back. Being a motorcyclist, you have to yield to everybody else even if you have the right of way because you’ll lose every time if there is a collision. If you drive like nobody sees you then you won’t be surprised when they actually don’t see you or just don’t want to.
Don't take my word for it. I'm just a foolish newbie.
When in doubt, just know that I am only joking around.
Top speed is 112 mph at ~7900 rpm
Blacked out engine
Dry rusty splines finally lubed for the first time
R/R relocated to the side of fuse box
Rust removed from tank
In line fuel filter, 23-28 micron rating
LED turn signals & brake light
16 color LED engine light up & underglow