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Turning right and joining traffic

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Text appear: “Road Positioning.” – “Right turn out of an intersection into main flow of traffic.” 

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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 – “You’re approaching an intersection with a stop sign. What’s the drill?” 

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Vehicles moving on the road 

Text appear at the bottom: “Communicate intent clearly to other road users.” 

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

Transcript 

Narrator – “First check your mirrors. Indicate and apply the brakes so other can see you intent to stop and turn right.” 

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Biker stops at an intersection 

Text appear at the bottom: “Position to see and be seen.” 

Transcript 

Narrator – “A right turn into traffic is all about getting the essentials right. The correct road position ensures you can see and be seen by other road users.” 

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Vehicles moving on the road and the biker at an intersection 

Text appear at the bottom: “Position to see and be seen.” 

Transcript 

Narrator – “Position your bike in the right wheel track so you get a clear view of traffic flow and others can see you. So long as you don’t get in the way of other traffic, you can move forward to give yourself a clearer view.” 

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Biker assessing both the directions of the road 

Text appear: “Be vigilant and scan your surroundings.” 

Transcript 

Narrator – “Scan the road in both directions. Do a head check over your right shoulder.” 

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Biker moved across the road to turn right 

Transcript 

Narrator – “Move off, and scan to the left as you merge into the traffic flow. Don’t cut across any road markings, and make a smooth, curved line into the lane, that’s the way.” 

Visual 

Text appear: “Remember…. Use brakes and indicators at least three seconds before you change direction, to show others what you intend to do.” 

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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.