Watch for bicycle riders turning in front of you without looking or signaling, especially if the rider is a child.
Allow plenty of room when passing a bicycle rider.
Avoid passing between a bicyclist and oncoming vehicles on a two-lane road. Slow down and allow vehicles to pass. Then move to the left to allow plenty of room to pass the rider safely.
Watch out for bikes coming out from driveways or from behind parked cars or other obstructions.
Honk your horn briefly as a signal that you're going to pass if you are about to pass a bicycle on a narrow roadway and you think the rider does not know you're coming. Do not blast your horn; it may startle or intimidate the rider.
Watch the side of the road for bicyclists at night. They are required to have a front light and rear reflector, but lights from approaching traffic may make them hard to see.
Merge with bicycle traffic when preparing for a right turn. Do not turn directly across the path of a bicyclist.