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If you are involved in a crash:

  • Stop immediately; it’s against the law to leave the scene of a crash without identifying yourself and giving assistance.

  • Help anyone injured; if needed, call 911.

  • Ask witnesses to identify themselves.

  • If a motor vehicle is involved, record the driver’s name, phone number, insurance information, a description of the car, and a license plate number.

  • Call Police. All crashes involving a motor vehicle that result in injury or property damage exceeding $1,000 must be reported to the police.

  • Other crashes or falls should be reported to the Police to protect the legal rights of victims and to aid public officials in identifying and correcting crash causes.

helmets save lives

Recent studies indicate that wearing a bicycle helmet can reduce your risk of a head injury by 85%. Protect yourself from the unexpected by wearing your bicycle helmet every time you ride.