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Position yourself correctly on the road. This means keeping left when it’s safe. Sometimes you need to move to the right to stay safe.
All road users must keep as ‘near as practicable’ to the left side of the roadway.
In some situations you need to move right, towards the centre of a lane. This is called ‘taking the lane’ and helps you avoid hazards and prevent unsafe passing.
You must pass on the right, with some exceptions.
When you ride with others, think about other riders in the group and other people around the group.