For certain cyclists, riding a bicycle is a leisure activity; for others, it is their primary means of transportation. It is important for all riders to use their bicycle in a considerate way and follow the rules of the road. In Montréal, the assessment of incidents between road vehicles and cyclists reveals that there are nearly 650 collisions annually.
It is important to note that helmets are becoming far more popular, reducing the risks of head trauma among cyclists.
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100% vigilant : Comme cycliste, je partage la route et respecte le Code
100% vigilant : Comme piéton ou cycliste, je garde mes distances des véhicules lourds
For greater safety, equip your bicycle with the following accessories:
Did you know that you can get demerit points without having a driver's licence?
When riding a bicycle, you must respect the road signs and traffic lights.
Otherwise, you are committing an offence in respect to the Highway Safety Code, which could result in a fine and registration of demerit points in your SAAQ file.
And this is even if you do not have a driver's licence.