Dial 119 or 110 if you are involved in or encountered a traffic accident
1, Stop your bicycle immediately.
2, Move your bicycle to the roadside to avoid obstructing other traffic.
3, If anyone is injured, call １１９ to request an ambulance.
Until the ambulance arrives, give assistance and encouragement to the injured person, and use a clean handkerchief or clothe to stop any bleeding.
4, Call １１０ to report the accident to the police regardless of whether anyone was injured.
5, Absolutely do not leave the accident scene until the police arrive.
As an operator of a cyclist is obliged to report the details of the accident to the police.
Reckless acts designated in the revised law are as follows;
1, Ignoring traffic lights
2, Entering railroad crossing with bars down
3, Failure to obey no-passage instructions
4, Failure to reduce speed on sidewalks
5, Breaching traffic zone regulations
6, Obstructing pedestrians on side of road
7, Obstructing vehicles with right of way at crossroads
8, Unsafe cycling, such as using mobile phones while riding
9, Drunken cycling
10, Obstructing vehicles when making a right turn
11, Failure to observe safe passage at roundabouts and other places
12, Stop-Sign violations
13, Obstructing pedestrians of sidewalks
14, Riding bicycles without brekes
At intersections with traffic light
At intersections without traffic lights