Heck, SIPDE* is just a good daily strategy for life in general, why limit it to traffic?
There are also habits that are partly just muscle memory. When I got contact lenses after wearing glasses for years, it took me months to stop trying to adjust glasses that weren't there. And there are quirky little motorcycle actions that I don't even have to think about on the bike, I just do them.
But then there are the weird things that only a biker would do in day to day life.
Like guarding the clutch on a shopping cart, for example. Oddly, I do not find myself twisting my right wrist all the way back the second I get the cart moving. I'm not sure why that habit didn't transfer too...
Have you caught yourself doing anything like this?
* Scan, Identify, Predict, Decide, Execute - in case you forgot.