Bicyclists and the American right of way (Guest Voice)

November 2013
Moderate Voice;11/11/2013, p1
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The author reflects on the traffic rules in the Netherlands and the U.S. and compares them. The author states that in the Netherlands it is very difficult for a truck driver to prove his innocence in traffic accidents which involves bicyclists. The author mentions about different scenarios where accidents occur and states that only under inhumane circumstances can the truck driver escape from damage payment.


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