We are all responsible for sharing the road.
Whether you’re a pedestrian, dog walker, jogger, cyclist, scooter owner, motorcyclist, car driver or truck driver, you have a responsibility to look out for not only yourself, but others on the road.
Educate yourself and others with the must-know facts for the four groups of road users:
Although most drivers may think they know everything there is to know about following the road law, there are some things many of us may forget to do, some things we were never taught to begin with and some things we are just too lazy to do!
Motorcyclists often take advantage of their smaller framed vehicles by navigating through traffic at a rapid pace. Remember, you can be difficult to see for those in or on other road vehicles, so you should also be looking out for cars, pedestrians and cyclists as well.
It is important to remember that although they don’t have an engine, bicycles used on public roads are considered motor vehicles in the eyes of the law. With that in mind, here are some ways to ensure that you properly share the road as a cyclist.
Whether you use our roads to get fresh air, keep fit or walk the dog, there are many things you can do as a pedestrian to keep yourself and those around you safe, both during the day and at night.