Distracted Driving Is A Bigger Problem Than Ever, And That’S Terrifying For Cyclists

On the morning on December 30, 2001, Silvia Nicole Ciach picked up her mobile phone while driving near the Victorian city of Geelong. As she typed the opening letters of a text message to her friend, her car veered into the adjacent bike lane and ran into the back of 36-year-old rider Anthony John Marsh. … The post Distracted driving is a bigger problem than ever, and that’s terrifying for cyclists appeared first on CyclingTips .

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