Do You Know How to Stay Safe at Road Junctions?

As restrictions are eased, there will be more people using the roads. Road users who have been making local, essential journeys only can now make longer journeys and use the roads more frequently.

Whether you are a driver, motorcyclist, cyclist or pedestrian – all road users are being reminded of their personal responsibility to drive, cycle and walk in a way that keeps both themselves and others safe as they share the road.

Using road junctions can prove hazardous and calls for particular care and attention.

Drivers should STOP or GIVE WAY as indicated by signage until it is safe to proceed.

Take a conscious look for motorcyclists when turning right, when emerging from junctions and when overtaking.

Those travelling on motorcycles should take steps to increase their own safety through safe riding behaviours and appropriate training and equipment.

Take extra care at junctions, particularly on rural roads.

Find out how to keep yourself safe at junctions on the Share The Road To Zero website.

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