What are the common causes of bicycle automobile collisions?
Statistics show that the four most common causes of bicycle-automobile collisions are: a car turning left into the path of an oncoming cyclist, a car running a stop sign and pulling out in front of a cyclist, a car passing a cyclist and then immediately making a right hand turn into the path of that oncoming cyclist, and rear end collisions.
Call Butash Law Group today so we can tell you a little bit more about different types of bicycle-car accidents and how to prevent them or to sign up for one of our bicycle safety courses.
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