ROAD WEAR.we pay for the upkeep of our roads (UK) through our road tax as all 4x4 ownwers are eligable for road tax then we do pay our way.PEDESTRIANS.have free use of the paths, pavements, bridges and underpasses so use them, crossing roads should be done at an appropriate crossing .CYCLISTSare a risk to themselves get sum insurance to use the roads, contribute to the upkeep of the roads wear correct clothing then you can have your say on the matter until then use stabilizers and use the lanes correctly don't weave traffic and use the bike lanes often provided in major towns and cities and on the'A' roads until then i have no problem with you bouncing off the bonnet of my rangerover when you flout the road rulesPETROL USAGEmy rx7 twin turbo did 12 miles to the gallon with a 1.3 litre engine, my rangerover does 16 miles to the gallon with a 4.6 lite engine, if you can afford the fuel whats the problem start moaning about the pollutants fron the industrial sector of UK businesses, from the planes and trains, in the UK leeds has just received an order of new bendy buses that can only do 2 miles per gallon because they were too tight to use the 9 litre (bio)diesel engine opting for the much cheaper 5 litre (premuim) diesel engine instead.NOW THATS IRONIC
They are Toucan Crossings.
According to Census statistics: 2,889,000 people were injured in the United States due to motor vehicle accidents in 2003 including pedestrians and cyclists.
Trains, pedestrians, buses, cyclists, equestrians, cars, trucks etc.
In Georgia, cyclists are considered vehicles and must follow the same laws as motor vehicles. Hence, they must yield the right of way to pedestrians. Cyclists do not have the same right of way as pedestrians.Added: When a bicyclist is WALKING their bike they are considered to be pedestrians. If they are MOUNTED on the bike and riding they have the same ROW as a motor vehicle.
definitely, if there is room to build it __ They give cyclists a safe space to ride and keeps them off sidewalks so pedestrians are safe too.
There are at least 8 for pedestrians and cyclists only. -The Thames is so long it's difficult to track all the bridges
Everybody who is out and about in traffic should obey traffic signals. Only difference is the amount of damge they can do. Cars are the most dangerous, so police are more inclined to make sure they behave than pedestrians and cyclists.
According to Arizona State Laws cyclists have the exact same rights as motorists. One specific example is ARS 28-644 states cyclists must stop for traffic lights and at stop signs. Another example ARS 28-792 and ARS 28-904 states that cyclists must yield to pedestrians at crosswalks and on sidewalks.
Bridges are used by various members of a society. They may be used by pedestrians, by commuter drivers and cyclists, by law enforcement and emergency services vehicles, as well as by commercial drivers.
Reason number one - it is a law. Reason number 2 - it allows other drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists to know what your intentions are.
Yes, they are treated same as the Cyclists, and Pedestrians. However, when bringing the horses in the vicinity of a motor vehicle, you should always be very cautious