good call. i just spent 6 years living in NL, for three of those as a motorcycle rider. In all that time there were _two_ instances of people deliberately attempting to cut me off. Pretty much as a bike rider, i thought people were more considerate on the road, and their situational awareness very good (compared to the ignorant drivers here in .com.au). People would routinely look in their mirrors and actually move out of the way if i was lane splitting (which is legal in NL provided you are
if only we could become better at this ourselves, i'm sure road rage and all that crap would become less.
I also spent a bit of time on the autobahns in germany ans was amazed at how considerate people were. i expected people to be going as fast as they could. it turned out that about 160km/h was an average speed, with the occassional car cruzing by at (probably) > 200km/h. sadly i didnt have a bike at the time