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BPS traffic tip -- Cyclists stay safe when they obey road rules

To avoid being involved in a bicycle-vehicle accident, you should obey the “rules of the road.”

Highway Traffic Act laws and fines apply to cyclists the same as they do to vehicles. Travel with the flow of traffic and signal your intention with hand signals. At night, your bicycle should be equipped with a light and you should wear reflective clothing. If travelling in a group, remember single file is the safest way. Always “protect your head — wear a safety helmet.”

To report road hazards or inquire about traffic matters, contact the Brandon Police Service traffic unit at 204-729-2345.

» Brandon Police Service

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition July 14, 2014

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To avoid being involved in a bicycle-vehicle accident, you should obey the “rules of the road.”

Highway Traffic Act laws and fines apply to cyclists the same as they do to vehicles. Travel with the flow of traffic and signal your intention with hand signals. At night, your bicycle should be equipped with a light and you should wear reflective clothing. If travelling in a group, remember single file is the safest way. Always “protect your head — wear a safety helmet.”

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To avoid being involved in a bicycle-vehicle accident, you should obey the “rules of the road.”

Highway Traffic Act laws and fines apply to cyclists the same as they do to vehicles. Travel with the flow of traffic and signal your intention with hand signals. At night, your bicycle should be equipped with a light and you should wear reflective clothing. If travelling in a group, remember single file is the safest way. Always “protect your head — wear a safety helmet.”

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