To get us back on topic --
My "angry at the driver" incident -- I was riding with my then 11 year old son, on the designated bike routes. Here, the bike route is a painted line / section along the side of a road (beside parked cars, about 15" wide strip), and on lesser roads, just a sign on the side of the road saying to share the road with cyclists / watch out for cyclists... (sometimes with a painted image of a bicycle in the middle of the road, too).
We turned onto a short 3 block stretch, where cyclists and cars need to share the road (by the signs, this was a designated bike route). After the 3 blocks, the dedicated cycling lane reappears..
We had a taxi driver choose to overtake my son on his bike, in a space that was too narrow, (one lane with parked cars on the right -- my son was positioned in the correct area, about 12" away from the parked cars) and the taxi brushed his handle bars with his rear right panel of the taxi. DS wobbled a bit but recovered as he is coordinated. He was exceptionally shaken up by the incident. We discussed after about how to take up the whole lane when it narrows (ride in the center), but due to the road design, where there were no parked cars, it was not obvious, so he did not realize. He refused to ride longer distances with me again for the rest of that year.
Nudging kids on a designated bike route with your car, is NOT OK.