A Nod used to mean Hello and Road Clear when I was a lad.I've always found bikers (I own a '99 Honda VFR from new) at least nod to oncoming bikes, but usually raise a left hand (the right is holding the throttle). There is also a code for mobile speed cameras that they have just passed....
Makes you feel part of "the family" and protects your licence! Yes, I know you shouldn't warn fellow road users......
I traded in my smart for my SLK 350. My smart was highly modified and got lots of waves (especially when passing bigger cars). When I drive my SLK, I'm having way too much fun driving to even think about waving. In addition, I live in Southern California, and people get shot for waving at the wrong car on the freeways.Hi All
I feel your pain about waving when passing another SLK , So if you really need to be waved at I would get yourself a Smart ForTwo we all wave at each other .