Riding a bicycle can be a great way for you to stay healthy. Commuting with a bicycle is also an environmentally friendly way to get around. But when you share the road with cars and trucks, you should also make an effort to be safe.
As roads have evolved to accommodate larger vehicles, they become less safe for those on two wheels. Here are some safety tips for cyclists navigating Pennsylvania roadways:
Keeping safe on the roads can help lower your risk of an accident. But if an accident does leave you with serious injuries, make sure to contact an attorney with extensive knowledge of motor vehicle accidents involving bicycles. Call Martson Law Offices, experienced cyclists and experienced personal injury lawyers.
For Pennsylvanians, the start of winter means chilly temperatures and snowy weather. It also means holiday vacations and lots of traveling. But regardless of whether you are commuting to work or making a road trip to visit family, you’ll have to venture out into the cold sooner or later. To keep yourself and your passengers […]
Driving has its frustrating moments, but few experiences can make drivers pull out their hair like a stretch of road where two lanes of traffic reduced to one. Some people, not wanting to be rude, move into the proper lane as soon as they see a lane ending sign. Others stay until the last possible […]
With the growth of artificial intelligence and surveillance, most people have growing paranoia about technology’s presence in our lives. However, technology makes our lives easier. And when new technology is developed, it’s usually either helping make our lives more convenient or even safer. It’s true with the growth of driver assistance technologies in new vehicles. […]
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