right-hook collision
 n.— «Cyclist in bike lane going straight and a vehicle turning right are common accidents in busy traffic areas; these are so common that they even have a name for them, “right-hook collisions.” Right hook collision are among the most common risks of urban cyclists. Recent data shows that 10 percent of car-bike crashes are right hooks.» —“Bike lanes provide false sense of security” by Cindy Moccio Visalia Times-Delta & Tulare Advance-Register (California) Apr. 22, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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