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Safety Tips When Riding a Bicycle at Night

Published on Dec 29, 2021 in Bicycle Accidents.

Riding a bicycle is a great choice for people who like staying active and want an efficient and economically-conscious way to get from one place to another. It’s also a great low-impact way to stay fit and get exercise. Some people choose to bike for transportation, whereas others bike for fun. Either way, it’s important […]

Can You Get a DUI Riding a Bicycle?

Published on Nov 17, 2021 in Bicycle Accidents.

Driving a vehicle while under the influence is illegal and everyone knows that. Because of that, some people might instead decide to ride a bike to and from the bar, or whenever they’re drunk, in the hopes that this is more legal than getting behind the wheel. But getting behind the handlebars and pedaling while […]

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