by Brian Merchant, Brooklyn, New York on 10. 2.09
A Treehugger.com article.
Article source: Experience Research, University of Toronto
By Beth McIlroy, August 19th, 2009
Professor Chris Cavacuiti on how to stay safe on the roads
What do drivers and cyclists need to know to share the road safely?
Article written by Lloyd Alter, Toronto on 08.21.09
Article source: Treehugger.com
Whenever we write about bike/car "interactions" we get a lot of complaints that cyclists bring much of this upon themselves by blowing through red lights and stop signs, and generally cycling aggressively.
Ok, we're ready to make our first order. We are ordering 2" x 2" round stickers and statics.
What's the difference?
Static - These are stickers that don't have adhesive. It's a clear static plastic that clings on smooth surfaces like glass. This is best used inside the car. Like the rear view mirror or on the edge of the windshield or window.
Stickers - This is the typical sticker with an adhesive. It's also clear and this is best used outside of the car. Use it on the side mirrors or outside of the windshield. This can endure the elements.