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1 Carry personal identification with you.
2 Learn and use the appropriate hand signals for turning and stopping.
3 Obey all traffic signs, signals and regulations.
4 Call out road hazards to other riders near you.
5 Make eye contact with drivers and pedestrians whose path you will cross.
6 Pedestrians and horses always have the right of way.
7 Ride as close to the shoulder as possible when riding on a well-traversed road.
8 Allow a wide berth when passing other riders.
9 Wear bright clothing when riding during the day to maximize safety.
10 Wear reflective clothing when riding at night.