Why you should use Useeme Bicycle Turn Signals
Because it protects you and makes cycling safer. Read about the ways Useeme helps you stay safe on the streets.
Around 75% percent of bike accidents occur at road junctions, where visibility and hand signals are the key to your safety. Maybe you don't always use hand signals. But when you do, you want them to be seen.
Reduce the chance of accidents
Accidents happen. They happen mostly on spots where bikes and cars use the same road. The key to your safety is visibility. The better others see you, the more they know about where you're headed, the safer you are.
Warn others before turning left or right
Why do cars have turn signals? Because it's safer if others know where you're headed. The same goes for cyclists. That's why holding out your hand before turning is required by law.
Hand signals are obligatory - and Useeme makes them impossible to ignore.
Avoid getting hit while passing roadside obstacles
Riding on the side of the road is a risky situation, but often necessary.
Best make sure the car behind you is aware that you're going to pull in in front of them.
Make sure cars give way when changing lanes
If you need to go in the other car lane, better be as visible as a car.
The lane yours too, but it's best not to come unannounced. Hold out your hand and let rapidly flashing bright LEDs speak for you. Useeme is flashy in the best possible way.
Boost your visibility and demand attention
Visibility is key. If motorists in traffic are well aware of you, they're much less likely to cause you any harm unintentionally. That simple.
As simple as holding out your hand.
Educate children to always use hand signals
When your hand signals are all flashy and fun, you're much more likely to actually use them. Same goes for the kids.
You know it's a pretty healthy habit.