Two recent incidents involving cyclists running stop signs are now proving to be a warning for us all to remember the rules of the road, whether you're driving a vehicle or riding a bicycle.
An Evansville man was killed when officials say he didn't stop at a stop sign this weekend. Now, authorities say this should serve as a warning to all of us to ride by the rules.
Evansville police recently said it's common that they do stop cyclists who don't stop at stop signs. They say since April 1 of this year, they have stopped 63 people on their bikes for traffic violations.
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