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... I would rather be safe than sorry.
.... If you're three feet out in the road, they'll move partially into the other lane, if necessary, to give you three feet. That's been my experience, as well, after I started taking adequate space on the road.
4. I have bicycled in many heavily congested European areas and I never see bicyclists using a mirror.
5. The times I have seen cyclists using mirrors was almost always in USA on some ACA routes.
I guess its an American thing.
Melbourne. No one has guns here, but I was told most people carry them in the States, especially in the south.
... people had told me it wouldn't really be safe to travel across America without a gun,