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1. I protect the area where the accident just occurred and make myself visible by using safety equipment.
2. I alert emergency services.
3. I support the victim and wait for the emergency services to come (I talk to the victim and try to keep the person awake).
• By bicycle, scooter or car : steer clear of heavy vehicles (truck, bus, etc.). The front, rear, immediate left, and immediate right of the vehicle are dangerous because the driver cannot see me (riding or driving) in these areas.
It is also important to maintain eye contact with the driver as I cross : if I can see him, he can see me.
• I stop ;
• I look both ways, left then right and left again (vice versa when traffic drives on the left) ;
• I pay attention ;
• I cross without rushing .
• Stop ;
• Look both ways, left then right and left again (vice versa when traffic drives on the left) ;
• Pay attention ;
• Cross without rushing.
Passenger : I don’t get into someone’s car if the driver has been drinking alcohol because he may not be able to drive safely.
Passenger : I don’t get into someone’s car if the driver has taken drugs because he may not be able to drive safely.
• I must park my car and stop in a safe place, to make or answer a call and to text and to send messages.
• I program my GPS before starting the car.
• Pedestrian : at night, I wear appropriate clothing to make myself visible.
• Bicycle, scooter : I wear appropriate clothing to make myself visible and I check the lighting systems of my vehicle.
• Car : I check the lighting systems of my vehicle and my wipers’ effectiveness.
1. I stop ;
2. I look both ways, left then right and left again (vice versa when traffic drives on the left) ;
3. I pay attention ;
4. I cross without rushing.
• Car, scooter, motorcycle : everything that reduces visibility (van, truck, bus, etc.) might hide a pedestrian or an animal. I don’t drive too close to other stationary vehicles so I can react in unanticipated situations.