Courtesy of Bankrate
By Kay Irvin ▪
The pandemic unarguably changed the way most of us live our lives for the better part of 2020, from practicing social distancing to wearing masks and frequently washing our hands to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Things are finally taking a turn towards normalcy as many establishments ease up on restrictions with the increase of vaccinated Americans.
People are starting to venture out and enjoy life, and with summer just around the corner, many will choose cycling as their primary source of transportation or fitness. As things get back to normal, more cars are also on the road as families start making summer plans. Now that traffic is picking back up, cyclists and drivers need to be cautious on the road.