In an article published on the WRAL website today, bicyclist Kirk Port was struck by a car while training for a race. This time, there was no serious injury–Mr. Port was scraped up and battered, but otherwise unharmed by the collision. The driver who hit Port kept driving .
To read the full story, which includes rules of the road, click here: Cyclist Struck by Car
To learn more about laws that bicyclists and motorists must follow, visit the NCDOT’s Division of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation’s Web site.
And if you have been injured in a cycling accident and have questions about what you should do, feel free to contact one of the HensonFuerst lawyers–many of us are active cyclists. At HensonFuerst, if you have questions, we have answers.