Scott thought it might be fun to ride his bike through Fairmount Park at night but there are TWO things that are making his trip very dangerous. See if you can figure out what they are.

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Scott is truly putting his life in danger without a helmet. ALWAYS wear one – DAY OR NIGHT – better to have messy hair then a head injury
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ALWAYS wear a flashing light while biking at night so that you can be seen. If you have permission to ride at night then reflective clothing is an ABSOLUTE MUST

Jessica is out for a nice bike ride on a sunny day in Center City. Good job wearing a helmet – THAT’S A MUST ANYTIME OF DAY – but Jessica is still making three BIG mistakes. Can you help her out?

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Jessica, where are you going!? ALWAYS ride in the same direction as traffic
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JESSICA, you don’t see the pedestrian in the crosswalk!? ALWAYS yield to pedestrians.
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Hey Jessica… The light is YELLOW. Obey all traffic signals; including lights AND stop signs

Brenda is in a rush to get home and seems pretty distracted. What do you think she’s doing wrong?

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Heads up, Brenda! You’re way too close to the bus. ALWAYS keep an eye out for bus turn signals when riding.
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Whoa! What’s the rush? DO NOT pass a bus on the right hand side when customers are boarding or exiting. If the bus is curbed at a stop, pass to the left of the bus when it is safe to do so.
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Uh… Brenda?? Looks like you’re headed right for the door of that bus! ALWAYS be aware of vehicle doors opening and closing and ALWAYS yield to pedestrians

Jeff and Scott thought it’d be nice to take a quick bike ride to the Zoo. Looks fun, but there are three things they are doing wrong. Can you spot them?

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Jeff, Scott!! You do see the trolley tracks, right?? ALWAYS cross trolley tracks at a perpendicular angle – that means 90° (degrees)
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Pay attention guys! ALWAYS ride predictably and in a straight line
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We’re having a hard time guessing where you guys are going! ALWAYS use hand signals before turning, stopping, or changing lanes