Drivers who cycle make half the insurance claims of non-cycling drivers and are better drivers

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Re: Drivers who cycle make half the insurance claims of non-cycling drivers and are better drivers

Postby Calvin27 » Mon Oct 15, 2018 10:44 am

I don't care why. Just lower my premiums lol.
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Re: Drivers who cycle make half the insurance claims of non-cycling drivers and are better drivers

Postby opik_bidin » Mon Oct 15, 2018 4:32 pm

Arbuckle23 wrote:
mikesbytes wrote:I have this image of cars pulling out of a side street resulting in a T-boning and I'm ready to react whenever a motor vehicle approaches from a side street. I'm sure this reflex wouldn't be there while driving if I weren't a cyclist


I tend to watch them closely even when driving a car.
SMIDSY happens no matter what your mode of transport.


SMIDSY happens less if you were in a weaker position(pedestrian/cyclist) and were crashed/nearly crashed

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Re: Drivers who cycle make half the insurance claims of non-cycling drivers and are better drivers

Postby mikesbytes » Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:57 pm

opik_bidin wrote:
Arbuckle23 wrote:
mikesbytes wrote:I have this image of cars pulling out of a side street resulting in a T-boning and I'm ready to react whenever a motor vehicle approaches from a side street. I'm sure this reflex wouldn't be there while driving if I weren't a cyclist


I tend to watch them closely even when driving a car.
SMIDSY happens no matter what your mode of transport.


SMIDSY happens less if you were in a weaker position(pedestrian/cyclist) and were crashed/nearly crashed
Agree, people are better at seeing what is going to hurt them
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