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Wheels of Justice gratefully receives all donations, big or small. We have virtually no overhead, so every penny you donate goes to the programs we support. You may deliver or mail your cash or in-kind donation to the following: Wheels of Justice 4276 S. Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84124

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Wheels of Justice

Who we are. Wheels of Justice is a cycling club dedicated to ending child abuse. Our members are spread along the Wasatch Front, throughout southern Utah, and even in a number of different states and countries. We raise money to support two outstanding organizations making a difference in our community: Prevent Child Abuse Utah (“PCAU”) […]

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Legal Links

The Law Code of Federal Regulations University of Utah S.J. Quinney Law Library Utah Code Government Agencies Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) U.S. Department of Labor Utah Antidiscrimination & Labor Division (UALD) Non-profit Organizations American Association of Justice (AAJ) National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) National Consumer Law Center National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) Utah […]

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Relevant News Articles

11.04.09 License-plate holder aids in hit-run search 11.03.09 Physician accused of deliberately injuring two bicyclists is convicted 11.03.09 Police looking for downtown SLC hit-and-run driver 10.30.09 Man gets jail term in bicycle accident 09.23.09 Centerville bicyclist hit in crosswalk 09.18.09 Salt Lake City bicyclist seriously hurt when hit by car 09.16.09 Defense Attorney Injured in […]

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Benefits of Safe Bicycling

Bicycling is an age-old American past time.  It is a recreational and fitness activity enjoyed by children and adults—with about 85 million adults and children riding their bikes every year. For some Americans, biking is also a healthy, clean, economical, and fun alternative for commuting to and from work.  Every morning, an estimated half million […]

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Top 10 Ways How Not to Get Hit by a Car while Biking

Collision Type #1: The Right Cross This is the most common way to get hit (or almost get hit). See Study. A car is pulling out of a side street, parking lot, or driveway on the right. Notice that there are actually two possible kinds of collisions here: Either you’re in front of the car […]

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Top 10 Ways to Stay Safe While Biking

1. ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET; NEVER RIDE WITH HEADPHONES – Always wear a helmet. Never wear headphones while riding a bike. 2. NEVER RIDE AGAINST TRAFFIC – Motorists aren’t looking for bicyclists riding on the wrong side of the road. State law and common sense require that bicyclists drive like other vehicles. 3. FOLLOW LANE […]

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ABC Quick Check

A is for air. Inflate tires to rated pressure as listed on the sidewall of the tire. Use a pressure gauge to insure proper pressure. Check for damage to tire tread and sidewall; replace if damaged. B is for Brakes. Inspect pads for wear; replace if there is less than an inch of pad left. […]

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Top 5 things every cyclist should do if involved in an accident

There are five things every cyclist should do following an accident.  This will make it easier for you to avoid the distress of mounting bills and to help compensate you for your injuries: 1.  Seek medical treatment.  Don’t hesitate to have someone take you to the hospital or doctor’s office if you don’t feel right.  […]

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Staying Safe While Biking

As biking has become more and more popular in Utah, injuries from bicycle accidents have also increased.  Last year alone 773 cyclists were killed in the United States and an additional 44,000 were injured in traffic accidents.  Utah ranks near the top of bicycle traffic fatalities per capita. “What’s worse,” as the League of American […]

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