An informational guide to improve safety for people who drive cars & people who bicycle together on shared roadways. Proceeds fund the non-profit Rejjee Foundation (www.facebook.com/therejjeefoundation) More
100% of proceeds go to fund The Rejjee Foundation which donates abandoned bikes to families in need and veterans, and funds safe cycling infrastructure projects through annual grants. More at www.facebook.com/therejjeefoundation.
From Intro: Bicycling has increased dramatically in the past few years, especially in large cities and nearby suburbs, and is an important part of our national transportation infrastructure. With more bikes sharing the road with cars more frequent direct contact is inevitable between people who drive cars and people who ride bicycles together on the same roads. In some situations there may be separated cycle tracks where ‘contact’ only means cross walks and street crossing. In other situations it can mean sharing the same road together at the same time.
When you drive a car its safer for you and the other person driving a car when you both know and follow the rules of the road. It’s now more important than ever for keeping both people who drive cars and people who bicycle together on the same shared roads that you learn about the rights, rules, and responsibilities for you as a driver and for people on bikes.
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