Urban cyclists face the daily risk of 'doorings' when a driver leaves opens his car door as a cyclist passes by. This can be drastically reduced if drivers use the "Dutch Reach" to open their car doors. It means simply using one's right hand to open the door which forces the driver's body to turn and see oncoming cyclists.
A British Columbia study indicates that doorings are the car-to-cyclist crash type causing the most injuries to cyclists.
Learn more at www.dutchreach.org.