Always sound your horn, use your turn signals and exercise caution when passing other vehicles going in the same direction. Never pass going in the same direction at street intersections, on curves or when going up or down a hill. At street intersections, give the rightofway. Do not presume you have the rightofway, as the other driver may not know that it is your turn.
Always signal when preparing to stop, turn or pass. Promptly obey all traffic signs, including those signs used for the control of traffic at intersections. Always obey traffic signs near schools and at railroad crossings. When intending to turn, signal at least 100 ft 30.
5 m before reaching the turning point. If turning across an intersection, move over to the centerline of the street (unless local rules require otherwise). Slow down when entering the intersection and turn carefully. Never anticipate a traffic light.
When a change is indicated from GO to STOP (or STOP to GO), slow down and wait for the light to change. Never run through a yellow or red traffic light. While turning, watch for pedestrians, animals, as well as vehicles. Do not leave the curb or parking area without signaling.
Make sure that your way is clear to enter moving traffic. A moving line of traffic always has the rightofway. Make sure that your license plate is installed in the position specified by law. Make sure that your license plate is always clearly visible.
Keep the license plate clean. Ride at a safe speed that is consistent with the type of highway you are on. Pay strict attention to whether the road is dry, oily, icy or wet. Watch for debris such as leaves or loose gravel.