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  • Indiana Bicycle Laws to Know
    Indiana Bicycle Laws to Know

    Riding a bicycle in the state of Indiana is more than hopping onto those two wheels and taking off. In fact, as a cyclist, you have laws that you must follow – some of which are the same as those ...

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  • 3 Tips for Effectively Sharing the Road with Bicyclists
    3 Tips for Effectively Sharing the Road with Bicyclists

    As more people are opting to use bicycles as an eco-friendly transportation option for getting to and from work, a fun way to exercise, or as a relaxing way to spend some time outdoors, you may have ...

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  • Protecting Pedestrians and Cyclists This Spring
    Protecting Pedestrians and Cyclists This Spring

    Spring is here and it’s time to pack away winter clothes and get ready for sunshine, flowers, and outdoor fun. For many, it’s also time to start walking or cycling to destinations instead of driving. ...

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  • Motor Vehicles and Bicycles Need to Share the Road
    Motor Vehicles and Bicycles Need to Share the Road

    In neighborhoods, towns and cities across Indiana, bicycling is a popular choice for avoiding high fuel prices and getting some exercise in the great outdoors. When the weather is nice, people ...

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  • Injured In A Cycling Accident? There May Be Multiple Roads To Recovery
    Injured In A Cycling Accident? There May Be Multiple Roads To Recovery

    Over the past few decades, Indiana, as well as nationwide, has witnessed a surge in the use of bicycles—for health and recreation as well as for transportation to work, school, and everywhere in ...

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  • Dealership's insurance could pay for bicyclist's car accident injuries
    Dealership's insurance could pay for bicyclist's car accident injuries

    A bicycle accident caused by a collision with a motor vehicle can result in serious injuries for the bicyclist. If the collision is due to the negligence of the car driver, then that driver should be ...

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