Each month, on average, more than 400 pedestrians are killed in America - that's roughly the equivalent of a jumbo jet crashing every single month. Source: Transportation for America, "Dangerous by Design." TAKE ACTION
By Maryland law, bicycles are vehicles, and bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as drivers of motor vehicles – but bicycles are less visible, quieter, and don’t have a protective barrier around them. Motorists should drive carefully around a bicyclist; even a slight mistake can result in death. Bicyclists fare best when they act like and are treated as drivers of vehicles. Learn more HERE. View the Bicycle Booklet.
A helpful site with video: http://www.massbike.org/police/
Watch Maryland's new bicycle safety video - It’s chock full of great tips on how to be a safer cyclist in Maryland.
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