1. Helmet – Wear a properly fitting helmet to reduce serious head injuries.2. Eye Contact – Making eye contact with motorists where possible will ensure that they have seen the rider and reduce the risk of collisions with other vehicles.3. Laws – Obey traffic laws just like motorists. This means stopping at stop signs and obeying traffic lights. Do not ride while distracted by devices, including mobile phones or earphones.4. Make sure to be visible –Be visible by wearing bright colours during the day, reflective gear in low light conditions, and using head and tail lights at night.5. Environment – Be aware of dangerous and changing road conditions and use designated bike lanes, when available.6. Turning – Look twice before turning or crossing an intersection and know to use the hands to signal while turning. When crossing a busy road, walk the bike through the intersection instead of riding it.
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