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Riding through intersections, with a road to the right

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Text appear: “Road Positioning.” – “Riding through a T intersection, road on right.” 

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Hawk eye image multiple vehicles trying to turn on a road with arrows pointing in the direction of the turn 

Transcript 

Narrator – “A lot of crashes happen at intersections. So what can you do to avoid a nasty surprise, or worse? The two main things to concentrate on are:” 

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Text appear at the bottom: “Correct road positioning to see and be seen.” – “Being aware of traffic, pedestrians and other hazards.” 

Ride Forever logo appear bottom right and remains there every time there is a step text 

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Narrator – “Correct road positioning to see and be seen. Being aware of traffic, pedestrians and other hazards. Let’s go through it.” 

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Vehicles moving on the road 

Text appear at the bottom: “Select the correct road positioning to see and be seen.” 

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Narrator – “When following a car, the best road position is usually in the right wheel track for other traffic, pedestrians and hazards. It also puts you in the best position to be seen by other road users.” 

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Vehicles moving on the road 

Text appear at the bottom: “Make sure to give yourself enough time and space to react to hazards.” 

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Narrator – “Maintain a slightly longer than normal following distance between you and the care in front so it doesn’t obscure you from being seen and allows you to see ahead and around. Extra space also gives you time to react to anything unexpected.” 

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Rider’s point of view as it drives on the road about to go past the halted vehicle at the intersection on the right 

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Narrator – “Approaching an intersection with a road to the right, scan right, to see if it’s clear or if there is a vehicle that may turn into your lane.” 

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Second person point of view of the biker riding its bike 

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Narrator – “Once through the intersection, stay vigilant and keep scanning ahead for other potential hazards. Be ready to react.” 

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Vehicles moving on the road 

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Narrator – “At intersection, maintain a safe following distance, be in the correct road position and be aware of potential hazards around you.” 

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Text appear: “Remember…. Make sure you create enough time and space to react to hazards.”

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Ride Forever website address appear: 

Rideforever.co.nz 

ACC and Ride Forever logo appear side to side at the bottom right.