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Bike Riders Must Know The Rules Of The Road

Like automobile drivers, bicyclists are required to know and follow the rules of the road:

* Bike riders should stay as close as possible to the right-hand curb;

* Bike riders turning left must either turn from the left lane or yield to all traffic, both in their lane and coming the other way, before turning;

* Bike riders are required to signal a turn by hand at least 100 feet before turning;

* Bike riders may not ride more than two abreast on regular roads, and they may not carry more passengers than their bikes are designed to carry;

* At night, bikes must have a white light on front and red reflectors in the back, and new bikes also require side and pedal reflectors; and

* Bike riders must give the right-of-way to pedestrians on a sidewalk and, when parked on a sidewalk, bikes cannot impede foot traffic.

These rules are designed to make sure the bike rider and others stay safe.

This website is not intended to constitute legal advice or the provision of legal services. By posting and/or maintaining the website and its contents, Lucas Law does not intend to solicit business from clients located in states or jurisdictions outside of Illinois wherein Lucas Law or its individual attorney(s) are not licensed or authorized to practice law.

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