Steven Weissman

I love and respect that you are a pedestrian. But I want you to know that you are invisible to drivers. Is it a wet night? I can't see you. Think I must be able to see your light coat or light skin or anything nonreflective about you? You're wrong. Feel like you are awash in headlights and can't not be seen? Wrong again. Ride around with a friend one wet evening. People are shadows—and streetlights and headlights make it worse. Always assume you are about as visible as a ghost when crossing the street—ALWAYS. That way you won't become one.