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Riding Etiquette

 

Always use proper etiquette when riding your Inboard M1:

  • Avoid Collisions 
  • Be careful and considerate of others. 
  • Always ride under control at a speed that is safe for you and those around you. 
  • Always be prepared to stop. 
  • Respect pedestrians by always yielding the right of way. 
  • Avoid startling pedestrians. When approaching from behind, announce yourself and slow down to walking speed when passing. Pass on the left whenever possible. When approaching a pedestrian from the front, stay to the right and slow down. 
  • In heavy pedestrian traffic, slow down and proceed at the pace of pedestrian traffic. Pass only if there is ample space to do so safely. Do not weave in and out of pedestrian traffic. 
  • When traveling on streets, be sure to give motor vehicles plenty of room. Be sure to also wear appropriate safety gear and wear clothing that makes you highly visible to vehicles. 
  • Avoid weaving in and out of vehicle traffic. 
  • When riding on streets, obey all posted signs, rules, regulations and traffic laws in your area. 
  • When possible ride your M1 in designated bike lanes and paths. 
  • When riding with other M1 riders, maintain a safe distance, identify hazards and obstacles, and do not ride side-by-side unless there is plenty of room left for pedestrians. 
  • Cross roads at designated crosswalks or signaled intersections. Do not jaywalk/ride. 
  • Only travel on a road when a pedestrian way is not available or when sidewalk use is not allowed. 
  • Do not ride your Inboard M1 on private property (inside or outside) unless you have obtained permission to do so.
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