Thanks very much, that’s good to know.
I guess if I am stopped, then you can be sure about my position – allows you to control the crossing.
But if I’m stopped, I’m a sitting duck in case you get it wrong. I guess I would prefer the passing situation. This increases the closing speed, which somewhat sharpens the problem, but a clean pass can be judged pretty well by eye, and since I am still moving, I still have the power to alter course and give you more room if I think we’re too close – unlike the case where I am dead in the water.
Downside is that this would take a lot of room to set up, practically as much room as it would take to simply pass ahead of you.
I guess there are no easy answers.