More and more cities across America have adapted to increasing bicycle friendly roadways. While this is a clever way to encourage tourism, cut down on city traffic and reduce pollution, it can also pose a challenge to motorists.
While commuters in vehicles adapt to the influx of vulnerable traffic in designated bike lanes, there will inevitably be injuries - most often to the cyclists.
One of the most common accidents suffered by cyclists is called "dooring" and it happens when a motorist opens their door into the path of an oncoming cyclist.
There is a special trick motorists can learn that will not only save their own car doors, but quite possibly save lives. Learn it on the next page!