We studied five years of crash reports and met with people who had been involved in crashes or witnessed dangerous interactions between cyclists and motorists.
The biggest cause of crashes is cyclists and motorists failing to yield. Cyclists also cause crashes by not riding in the same direction as traffic as they should.
St. Augustine Bicycle Ordinances
316.2065 Bicycle regulations
316.304 No headsets
316.081 Drive on right side of roadway
316.074 Obey signs, markings and traffic signals
313.123 Stop or yield intersections
316.125 Yield on entry to roadway
316.151 Turning at intersections
316.155 & 316.157 Signaling a turn or stop
316.084 When overtaking on the right is permitted
You are driving your car and there’s a person riding a bike to your right just behind your car. You approach a four-way intersection with a green light and you want to make a right turn. What would you do?
You are driving your car and approaching a signalized intersection where you want to turn right on red. You see a person walking off the sidewalk to cross the intersection in front of you. You know pedestrians should cross when they have a green light with traffic. You should:
You’re riding your bike to a party at a friend’s house that will end after midnight. Check all items below that you should do that night:
You are walking home from school and you want to cross the street to go to a store that’s in the middle of the block with a signalized intersection. You would:
While driving, you come up behind a cyclist who is riding in the middle of the lane with traffic. The cyclist is moving below the speed limit. What should you do?
According to Florida law, as a driver you have to make every effort to avoiding hitting a pedestrian or cyclist regardless of who has the right-of-way. Would you say this statement is: