Saturday, December 15, 2012

Cycling Cyclists' ID a range of reliable photo id Victoria's Cycling Strategy “Cyclists are much more likely to Die from Bicycle Alone Accidents/ Bike Falls and Riding on the Footpath onto the Road or Crossing than Dooring” Cycling Deaths Fatalities Risk Reduction Informed Choice Focus on Increasing/ Encouraging Cycling Participation may be Negligent - “Cyclists who break the law are much more likely to be killed or seriously injured” Bicycle Victoria’s Report into Cycle Deaths in Victoria (2002).





-          “Cyclists who break the law are much more likely to be killed or seriously injured”



-          Bicycle Victoria’s Report into Cycle Deaths in Victoria (2002).
 


Australian Drivers Licence, Victorian Learners Permit, 
Proof of Age, 
Keypass, Australian Passport

Reliable photo identification is a necessity of modern life.

(‘necessity is the mother of invention’ )

There is a range of reliable photo id which cyclists would most likely have at least one of:

As well as a Drivers licence*, many cyclists may also already have a Passport, Learners Permit, 
 Working with Children Check or Student ID.

* Bicycle Victoria claims that the majority of its members are motorists.

Fishing and Firearms licences have also been suggested.

Keypass http://www.keypass.com.au/ 

and Proof of Age card Proof of Age Card are also reliable photo ID

which could be recommended

for any cyclist who may not have

any of the above reliable photo identification.

Cyclists' ID Reliable Photo ID

Reliable photo identification is a necessity of modern life.

Keypass 

is currently obtainable through Australia Post,

while Proof of Age card 

is also available through Australia Post

1 comment:

  1. "There are certainly some operational issues in trying to stop cyclists because they are quite mobile and police are usually on foot or in a car," Supt Hartley said.

    "You can't identify the cyclist because there are no registration details on them.

    "Most offences a police officer sees wouldn't be stopped or fined because of the factors in trying to stop that cyclist."

    The Sunday Telegraph November 20, 2011
    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/a-cycle-of-law-breaking-across-nsw/story-e6freuy9-1226199915695

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