Here's some tips how to make sure you stand out

Did you know?
Between 2011 and 2015, on average, 44 pedestrians were killed and more than 1,187 pedestrians were injured each year.

When you're walking or running outdoors at any time of day, you're smaller than all the vehicles around you and are much more vulnerable in a collision. Here's how to make sure you stand out

1) We recommend wearing light coloured clothing

We recommend brightly coloured clothing it will improve your visibility to other drivers and make sure that you're seen while crossing the road or walking/running against traffic.

2) Signal your intent

Use hand signals before crossing the road to let drivers know what you plan on doing. Fully extend your right or left arm and point in the direction you're going in before crossing.

3) Watch the weather

When it's raining, snowing, or there's a heavy fog, you can be even harder to see outside. Make sure that you wear brightly coloured clothing, reflectors, and use hand signals at all times.