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Trucks and Bikes in Boston

Boston, like most urban areas, is crammed with pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcycles, trucks, scooters and any other type of motor vehicle. But when cyclists are on urban roads, they have to deal with other vehicles, especially trucks, whose size and inflexibility is the direct opposite of bicycles. Because of the height at which a driver sits in his or her cab, a bicyclist will seem nearly invisible to the truck driver. And when a collision does occur, the consequences can be catastrophic.

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