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People create different music playlists on their iPods or other electronic devices that they take with them on the go. Some music lists are especially created for commuting to work, for falling asleep, for working out, and for entertainment while riding bikes.
Although technological advancements such as the iPod are great, they can present potential risks if used at the wrong time. One such example of this would be the impact of headphone use on cyclist safety.
Dangers of Cycling While Listening to Music with Headphones
When a cyclist listens to music on a personal music device while riding on the streets of Atlanta, that cyclist is putting himself in danger. Music coming through headphones may drown out other background noises such as horns, screeching brakes, squealing tires, sirens, and other traffic noises.
If a cyclist in Georgia doesn’t hear these potential warning sounds, he may fall victim to an Atlanta bicycle accident and sustain one or more of the following injuries: