OK, I've lived in the same place for over 40 years and the roads near my place haven't changed, except to go from gravel to asphalt. Never had a crash exiting my driveway either, though the potential is always there. Let me explain.
At the bottom of the driveway there is a good view to the left - maybe half a mile. The view to the right is maybe 200 feet, and just past that view is a road with a stop sign entering the through road which curves around my property. Drivers making a right turn at the stop sign uniformly treat it as a "yield" sign, and rightly so, because they have a good view to the left for approaching cars. Drivers on the through road of course mostly ignore the 50 kph warning sign. (No "invisible driveway" sign, and I'm not complaining to the township, because these are universally ignored.)
So making a right turn out of my driveway is completely safe, or close to it. Making a left turn (when there is no traffic from the left) has so far meant LISTENING for traffic to the right. (One of the very few times I appreciate loud Harleys and sport bikes.)
The bright idea - when the road is clear to my left and I want to turn left - accelerate the car or bike in the WRONG lane; check the right mirror and shoulder check, THEN move over.
No, I'm not sure why this did not occur to me about 35 years ago. It does disturb me that I made myself a sitting duck literally thousands of times. Surprised I, my wife, and guests have gotten away with it all these years. A better plan is, I think, better than hoping you will continue to be lucky. The road is not going to change. Our luck could.