Advances in exercise wear have made bicycling a feasible year round sport for many. While Rhode Islanders don't wrestle with ferocious cold or heaping amounts of snow that our inland New England neighbors contend with, we do get to wrestle with the occasional Nor'easter rainstorm or blizzard and even a hurricane now and then.
Riding a bicycle on the roadways is extremely dangerous and the bicyclist must use extreme care to avoid any and all bicycle accidents. This is because motor vehicles on the roadway often times do not see or pay attention to the bicyclist.
Bicycle accidents can be avoided by using the proper safety equipment and by having total control over the bicycle. One such device that provides this is the use of the GPS - computer systems for bicycles.
Bicycle accidents can be avoided by using safety equipment, and when in use safety equipment can reduce the results of any bicycle accident that occurs.
The common causes of bicycle accidents making the operator of a car liable for the bicycle accident are as follows:
Although there can be similar issues regarding bicycle accidents and car accidents, bicycle accidents can have many specific issues different than car accidents that must be considered.