Equipment and On Road Behaviour, Laws and Rules. Cycling Promotion and Advocacy
Yes that is indeed probably true. But meh.. its an apology and at least she gave it a second thought after the event. Surely thats still a win. If you do that well with most near misses then you are doing better than me
I think both sides have been shared and time to close this thread. I thank the original poster for participating.
Most motorist have no intention of hitting cyclists, it is usually not planned or intentional. While it doesn't mean that incidents are unavoidable, awareness is key.
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