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What An RAF Pilot Can Teach Us About Being Safe On The Road – Reblog

Recently on BikeForums.net a discussion came up about using steady lights versus blinky lights.  A user posted a link to a blog post by Adreas over at London Cyclist which has some very interesting thoughts.  Take a read, it may change how you deal with your lights.

Link: What an RAF pilot can teach us about being safe on the road

Excerpt

“Sorry mate, I didn’t see you”. Is a catchphrase used by drivers up and down the country. Is this a driver being careless and dangerous or did the driver genuinely not see you?

According to a report by John Sullivan of the RAF, the answer may have important repercussions for the way we train drivers and how as cyclists we stay safe on the roads.

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