Drivers and cyclists are supposed to share the road. This can be a bit daunting to cyclists, however, as they're in far more danger if either party makes a mistake that leads to an accident. Moreover, many drivers don't know exactly what they're supposed to do to share the road.
University of Georgia students need to be careful not to get in trouble for alcohol and drug-related violations. Indeed, one false move in this regard could destroy a student's academic career, and deprive him or her of scholarships and financial aid. Let's take a deeper look into the University of Georgia's policies with regard to first-time drug and alcohol offenses.
Sooner or later, you're bound to crash your bike, and you'll be wearing a helmet when you do. Preferably, you'll also follow this four-step guide to dealing with a bike crash.
Georgia readers know that drugs can have a significant impact on a person's ability to drive and safely operate a vehicle. Like alcohol, prescription or recreational drugs can affect a person's perception of danger, reaction times and the ability to make safe decisions on the road.