New York State and New York City both have laws and rules designed to protect cyclists, as well as to control the conduct of cyclists upon its roadways. Some of the rules are applicable in both NYC and the State, while some others are not.
We have compiled a list of laws and rules to help you understand those that are applicable to where you ride and those that are designed to protect you from negligent drivers. We can also help you connect with a New York attorney in your region that specializes in representing bicycle crash victims.
Laws & Rules:
- A Summary of New York State Bike Laws
- A Complete list of NYC Bike Laws
- NY State Dept. of Transportation – FAQ’s on Bike Laws
- NYC Laws for Commercial Bicycling
- NYC Pedicab License Information, Rules and More
- What to Do After a Bike Crash
- What to Do after a Bike Share Crash
- A Guide to Understanding Bicycle Damage Claim in NY State
- New York’s Vulnerable Road User Laws
- Bike Law University: Vulnerable Road User Laws
- Understanding No Fault Laws in New York
- What to Do if You’re Involved in a Hit-and-Run Crash/Collision with an Uninsured/Underinsured Vehicle?
- What Is a Safe Passing Distance for Motorists?
- Bike Lawyer Explains Insurance Coverage
Attorneys & Legal Advice:
If you have any other questions or concerns regarding the rules and regulations of cycling in New York City, New York State, Long Island, or Westchester, please feel free to contact us or one of our bike lawyers in your region.