- Virginia Delegate Alfonso Lopez (49th District) plans to reintroduce the "Exercise due care" and "Following too closely" bills again in the 2013 Virginia legislative session.
- In talking about car-bike road rage, AOL's Auto blog puts forward the unusual hypothesis that "Drivers get angry because they don't want to hit a cyclist, and feel that those on the two-wheelers are not holding up their end of the road-safety bargain." That may happen, but that is way down the list from the top reason for anger which is that drivers want cyclists to get out of the way. Then he lists a bunch of road rage incidents between drivers and cyclists, including one of these two that involved firearms.
- "A postal truck driver whose seven-ton vehicle rolled over and killed a former State Supreme Court special referee as she rode her bicycle in Manhattan last year was acquitted on Thursday of leaving the scene of a fatal accident."
- More about outgroup psychology and cycling.