4 years ago
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Is It O.K. to Kill Cyclists?
Daniel Duane writes an opinion article in the New York Times about the harsh reality about bicycling today. Duane discusses the cultural indifference Americans have toward cyclists involved in car accidents. This indifference, Duane suggests, has effect the way jurors determine a verdict and police press charges, allowing motorists to walk free as long as they haven't been drinking and didn't flee the scene.
drivers need to be more sensitive of bikers! the govt needs to create safer biking conditions too with bike designated lanes.
4 years ago·Reply
great summary, but i hope thise question is rhetorical
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