WATCH FOR ME
As a driver, it is your duty to keep yourself and others on the road safe. Factors such as speed and distractions are major killers on our roads. A pedestrian who is hit by a car at 40 mph has an 85% chance of being killed. You are by far the most dangerous thing on the road, compared to bicyclists and pedestrians, so keep yourself and others safe with these guidelines:
SAFETY TIPS FOR DRIVERS
Drivers must cede the right-of-way and exercise caution when encountering pedestrians in crosswalks. Bicyclists are allowed to use any public roadway (unless specifically restricted).
Do not cross into designated bicycle lanes and watch for bicyclists when turning. Never pass a vehicle that is stopped due to pedestrian traffic in an intersection.
Drivers must exercise care when encountering pedestrians on or near a roadway, even if they have the right-of-way.
Drivers must keep at least a three feet distance when passing a bicyclist. You must change lanes if another travel lane is available (it is legal to cross a double yellow line to pass a bicyclist).