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Bob Rae Apr 25
The can save lives - and they know something about driving in a world with bikes.
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RSA Ireland Oct 16
As a motorist, do you use the ? Reduce the potential for serious injury with this very simple manoeuvre.
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Stayin' Alive at 1.5 May 3
🚘 Get into the habit of always using your mirrors and doing a head check before opening your car door (one way to do this is to open the car door with your left hand 🚵🏾‍♀️ Until drivers get in to this habit, do NOT ride in the door zone!
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DGP TELANGANA POLICE Feb 4
One way to make sure that you always do that is to adopt and practice the technique called
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🚴🏻‍♂️ John Mar 9
Replying to @Pflax1
Another way to honor her death would be to insist that the is taught in every driver’s ed class, and is tested on every driver exam. Maybe one of those big tech firms in SoMa could buy PSA ads teaching the Dutch Reach on TV and the interwebs?
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BCGP Biking The Suburbs Jun 10
A small but significant addition to the PA Drivers Manual, the has been added. Thanks to the PA Pedestrian and Pedalcycle Advisory Committee for working with on this change.
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Jorvik Lass May 16
This is what can happen! And is why I always give a full car door's width between me and parked cars. The should be compulsory, and drivers need to recognise that we're not being "provocative and arrogant" (hi ), we're staying safe by taking the lane!
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Andrew Heining Mar 16
Last year's ginormous Range Rover kinda automated the — the rare car safety feature designed for people outside the vehicle. Thanks to for pointing it out
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Meghan Birbeck Mar 25
The is a simple and effective way drivers can help protect bikers on the road! Excited to hear about this bill!
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🚴 Jim Ⓥ Jul 12
Talk about all you want, drivers will still open doors without looking. Saying "if all drivers would just look" is the opposite of . would reallocate space so people on bikes are not placed in the door zone between parked & moving vehicles.
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bryan dollack May 8
Guess who won today's ? Dundas E @ Broadview. Sore, slightly shaken (not my first door prize) & pissed that to report I have to go to Scarborough? I've already been inconvenienced, thanks.
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DevonCornwall Police Sep 1
Keep an eye out for motorcyclists & cyclists. Those on two wheels are the most vulnerable group of road users even when an impact is caused by a non-moving vehicle. Do the Dutch Reach to avoid “car dooring” a biker Advice:
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CDOT Jan 11
Thanks to for this great explainer on how to protect bike riders by using the every time you open your car door
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Brenda Dacres Jan 16
Always look first and use your hand furthest from the door handle so that you can see and check that theee are no cyclist riding by before opening a car door. Likewise for pedestrians.
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Luxembourgize! Apr 9
Please don't get me wrong: teaching the is not a bad thing, but the safest for biking people is to avoid riding in the door zone. If it can't be avoided, slow down and visually check if cars ahead are empty. Never ride blindly into danger.
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Lincs Police Rural Crime Team🚜🚓 Sep 28
Designing-in Road Safety... This is the interior door handle in an Aston Martin Vantage 🇬🇧 It’s easier to open with the hand furthest from the door than the hand nearest... ...this encourages you to do the and look over your shoulder before opening the door 👍 🚲🏍
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Karen Goddard Mar 30
I’m doing the baby..... 🚴‍♀️
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Vision Zero Lewisham Apr 3
It’s always worth repeating this message from time to time for those still not familiar with the term ‘Dutch Reach’? (Don’t worry, it’s not rude). It’s using the hand furthest away to open the car door so you check over your shoulder for cyclists and other road users
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Brenda Mitchell Jun 26
Simple but effective. Big supporter of the
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Curtis Rogers 🚲 Mar 13
If you use a car as a driver or passenger, please please please make this a habit, and teach your kids to do the same.
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