I reckon intersections where a car could turn into yourI had a near miss on my c-10 Concours which I would attribute to the "two lights" issue. That bike had the single headlight augmented by driving ;lights mounted fairly low and wide on the "tipover" bars. I was having an issue with the bike headlight sometimes cutting out but wasn't too worried about as I had the driving lights.
The commute was mostly on skinny back country two lane roads, mostly with no shoulder. On my way to work at about 4a.m. I was coming up on a group of three cars coming at me. Being this time of night the road is usually deserted I had a bad feeling on this developing situation so I moved hard over to as far as I could get into the right part of the lane, pretty much on the fog line. Sure as shootin' the rear car jumped out to briskly pass. No time for avoidance and no where to go if there was time except into a water filled ditch. We all fit, I came really close to having to change underwear.
When I got to work, about a mile and a half away, I noticed that my bike headlight was not working.(The driving lights were of sufficient quality that they made the bike headlight redundant). I'm thinking that I looked like a car in the distance to the passer. I repaired that headlight when I got home that afternoon.
path or even turn left (right down here in Australia) while you are oncoming
could be a problem too.