Bicycle Accidents

Cyclists

How Drivers and Cyclists Can Safely Share Texas Roads

The beginning of May marks the start of National Bike Safety Month; and, given the recent increase in pedestrian and cyclist car accident-related fatalities, awareness is more important than ever. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 857 cyclists were killed in fatal car accidents in 2018 – making it the deadliest year…

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Hit and Run accident

3 Fatal Hit-and-Runs Across Houston Within 24 Hours

It’s no secret that Houston is home to bad drivers; however, the city has seen an uptick of fatal hit-and-runs reflecting reckless driving behavior. Over the course of one evening, three pedestrians were killed in separate fatal car accidents across the city. In all three accidents, the drivers fled the scene of the crime. Two…

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Pedestrian Injuries

Pedestrian and Cyclist Deaths Spike According To Federal Report

More U.S. pedestrians died last year than at any time over the past three decades according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s latest report, even as more motor vehicles come with advanced crash avoidance systems. The reported pedestrian death tally was 6,283 for 2018, representing a 3.4 percent increase over the previous year; and,…

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Houston Bicycle Accidents

Houston Bicycle Riding Is On The Rise

Houston drivers need to be on the lookout for more bicycles on or near the roads. The bicycle-sharing company Houston B-Cycle has seen a 65% increase in ridership recently and is looking to expand into other parts of the city. This doesn’t come as a surprise to cycling enthusiasts, as approximately four million Texans ride…

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Houston Bicycle Accidents

Safety Tips For Peak Racing Season

Texans all across the state are enjoying the change in weather. The cooler temperatures make many outside activities much more bearable. Although some parts of Texas are covered in layers of snow, most of the state is at a comfortable temperature. While this weather is extremely pleasant, it also comes with a few unique dangers. Fall through Spring is considered peak racing season for runners and cyclists, and drivers need to remember to share the road safely to avoid collisions.

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