under 30 or 40 mph and don't attract too much attention, you'll likely never be pulled over for lane-splitting. Ride too fast, change lanes too much, or just behave like a jackass in general and you'll risk attracting
In my experience, lane-splitting typically cuts your commute time in half if most of it is through a badly congested area. That's 21
Some confusion surrounding lane-splitting still exists in Texas. In December 2016, State Senator Kirk Watson (D) introduced Senate Bill 288, which would have allowed
World Report, "Cracking Down on Drivers Holding Up the Left Lane", so maybe there is light at the end of the tunnel. For now, be happy you have a motorcycle and live in the only state where lane splitting is legal. Eternal vigilance is the cost of freedom.
Lane-splitting home through L.A. traffic after a day in the mountains, it really was nice to note that the little
Company is already working hard on that issue, and recently it was granted a patent by the USPTO for its lane-splitting detection system for autonomous vehicles.
According to the patent, Ford's solution uses a combination of microphones and video cameras
California motorcyclists, you won't find us moving to another state regardless how safe it is, real or perceived, until lane-splitting is adopted. Obviously the practice isn't that dangerous or we wouldn't be losing to Florida.
something like 36 times more likely to be killed on a bike than in a car, but they also say lane-splitting is safer than not lane-splitting, since you've mostly eliminated your chances of being rear-ended. Again, anytime the trail gets really tight, you're
a precedent for the rest of the nation's lane splitting laws, with California being the only state of its 49 comrades that allows lane splitting legally. Already known to most motorcyclists, lane splitting is the safer alternative to being stuck in stop
that SB 5378 would also make it illegal for another motorist to prevent a motorcycle from performing a legal lane-splitting maneuver – an interesting nod towards the passive-aggressive nature of Pacific Northwest drivers.
Now through the State Senate, SB