Blue Light Aware is a short video, produced on behalf of the emergency services.
Don't Leave it so late that you or the other vehicle has nowhere to go!
The safest response will depend on the circumstances around the hazard such as road conditions, weather, the limitations of your bike, and your skill as a rider.
This leads to a calm safe drive as well as potentially helping with fuel economy.
Try to anticipate the potential hazards or traffic that would normally make you brake.
Learning to identify hazards early will give you more time use that information, decide what to do and act on it.
Like most things in life, preparation helps. If you are prepared before you get there, it's mostly plain sailing. PLAN!
Each time you are presented with a potential or actual hazard on the road (i.e. anything that may require you to have to change speed, position or direction) you should go through the following hazard drill
Who really is at fault? Why might other drivers not see us?
As I approached one of many rural corners we have here in Devon, I was confronted by a very large tractor with some form of pointed agricultural spikes on the front