Handle With Care
In most settings, bicyclists travel at a slower speed than cars, so motorists will often need to pass a bicycle user to arrive at their destination efficiently and safely. The one concept that motorists need to remember when passing or overtaking a bicycle is to be cautious and to maintain a safe operating distance. This means slowing down as necessary and providing plenty of room to the bicyclist. Never attempt to squeeze past a bicyclist—be patient and wait until the time is right. It’s very simple, really.
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