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Posted on: Mar 20, 2017

By Alex J. Limontes, Law Office of William W. Hurst LLC

With the weather warming up, there will be a number of cyclists on the roadway. This great article outlines some great information for both cyclists and automobile operators sharing the road with those cyclists. It’s important to know the rules and laws surrounding bikes for your safety and the safety of others. Remember to share the road with cyclists because they have the same rights and responsibilities as motor vehicles! In addition, if you’re riding your bike in the city of Indianapolis, it's okay to use a sidewalk as long as your speed is not a threat to other pedestrians on the sidewalk.

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