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If new hazards arise, consider whether to re-run the system from an earlier phase. See Chapter 3, Information, observation and anticipation, page 50, Planning. Give your warning signal in plenty of time, for maximum benefit. Be aware that the position of your machine also gives valuable information to other road users. See Chapter 8, Rider’s signals. Position Position yourself so that you can negotiate the hazard(s) safely and smoothly. See Chapter 9, Positioning. Take account of the road surface and other road users, including pedestrians, cyclists and children.

See Chapter 5, Acceleration, using gears and braking, page 107. Acceleration Apply the correct degree of throttle to negotiate and leave the hazard safely. Adjust acceleration to the circumstances. See Chapter 5, Acceleration, using gears and braking, page 100. Continuously assessing information runs through every phase of the system. Use the system flexibly The system works if you use it intelligently and proactively and adapt it to circumstances as they arise: • Consider all phases of the system on the approach to every hazard, but you may not need to use every phase in a particular situation.

This is in part because it is harder to spot a bike than a car against the background. And a single light provides a poor cue for assessing speed and distance. In making your riding plan you should always think about how to make yourself conspicuous: how well do you stand out against the background? This can change rapidly: a white machine against black tarmac is fairly easy to see but the same bike against a white lorry is not. See Chapter 3, Information, observation and anticipation, page 50, Planning.

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