- Be aware of your surroundings
- Stop for pedestrians at crosswalks
- Slow down and obey the speed limitThe probability of a pedestrian surviving a crash decreases exponentially as the speed of the vehicle increases.As your speed increases your field of vision shrinks. Driving slower is the easiest way to prevent crashes.
- Stop at stop signs and look
- When turning, yield to people walking and biking
- Be careful when passing buses or stopped vehicles
- Look for bikers before opening your door
- Allow at least 3 feet when passing bikers
- Come to a full stop for a blind pedestrian with a cane or guide dog
- Drive with headlights on at night
- Be cautious when backing out of driveways and leaving parking spots
- Don’t drive while using a mobile device
- Don’t honk, yell at, or crowd bikers
- Don’t wear earphones in both ears
AT&T and Werner Herzog team up to highlight the dangers of texting and driving.
From One Second To The Next a film by Werner Herzog and AT&T