How old are children allowed to ride:
There's a rule that you can't ride a bicycle on the road if you're under 12. This does not mean that after the age of 12 there is no problem on the road, parents usually need to instill more traffic safety knowledge to children, so that children form a sense of safety. So, parents should take note! Do not let the children under the cycling age ride the shared bike. Children who reach the cycling age must also obey the traffic laws and regulations. Parents should pay attention to improve the traffic safety awareness of themselves and their children.
2. Safety rules for bicycles on the road
Bicycles are also vehicles. Cyclists and motorists have the right and obligation to obey the traffic rules on the road.
When we ride a bike, we should do:
You can't go backwards. Ride on the right side of the road, not against the road.
You must obey the traffic laws. The bike is also a vehicle, and you are the driver. When you ride your bike down the street, obey all traffic signs, traffic lights and lane markers.
Better stop three minutes than seize one second. Generally speaking, when you turn from a small road into a main road, you should give way to the traffic on the main road. If you enter the main road from a minor path (sidewalk, bike path, etc.) and there is no yield sign or other traffic sign at the entrance, slow down, watch the traffic on the road, and make sure it is safe to enter the road. Same thing if you're going to bike onto the sidewalk, give way to pedestrians.
Signal ahead of time. When cycling, walk in a straight line and don't change lanes to get in and out of motorways. If you are going to change lanes or turn, signal others ahead of time.
Be vigilant at all times. Keep your eyes on the road for potential hazards, including potholes, cracks, wet leaves, high winds, tracks, or other hazards that could cause you to lose control of your bike. Your ears should listen for traffic signals to avoid danger when you ride, so don't listen to your headphones when you ride.
Look before you turn the corner. When you are going to turn left or right, look at the traffic behind you and make a sign that you are going to turn. Watch out for cars as you turn.
Watch out for cars parked on the side of the road. Keep a safe distance from cars parked on the side of the road to avoid accidents (such as doors suddenly opening or cars pulling out).