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Bicycle Safety For Arizona Riders

From The Husband and Wife Law Team Injury Prevention and Safety Division

  • 3 Feet Passing Rule: When passing a bicyclist, drivers must allow at least 3 feet between their vehicle and the bicycle.
  • The majority of biking casualties occur between 4pm-midnight.
  • 1,434 - The number of bicyclists injured in motor vehicle accidents in Arizona last year.
  • Injury Patterns:
    • 10% Chest/Abdomen Injuries
    • 45% Limb Injuries
    • 45% Head Injuries
  • 40% of all cycling crashes are from behind.

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