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California Lane-Splitting Stalls before Senate Vote

California Lane-Splitting Stalls before Senate Vote

Just last May, California seemed set to be the first state in the USA to codify a lane-splitting law. That effort seems to have stalled though, with Assembly Bill 51 being pulled by the bill's authors, after the California State Senate didn't seem to have the same support for the law that the...

Published on July 10 2015, 14:17
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

California motorcyclists may no longer be alone in this benefit. A previous version of the bill in the State of Oregon (SB. 694), for example, was rejected by the House in May of 2015. The AMA is prompting action, as indicated below. Begin AMA Action Center Release: Lane splitting bill... 

California just moved closer to codifying lane-splitting in its vehicle code, as California Assembly Bill 51 (AB 51) just passed the California State Senate Transportation Committee, with a 11-0 vote. This means that AB 51 now will go before the State Senate Appropriations Committee, before it... 

California just got another step closer to formalizing the practice of lane-splitting in the Golden State, as AB 51 just passed the California State Senate. The bill will now go back to the California State Assembly, which will need to approve of the amendments made by the Senate, but that... 

Lane-splitting, as the practice of riding a motorcycle between lanes of stopped or slow-moving vehicles is called, is technically legal in just one U.S. state. That means there is no speed limit for lane-splitting, as you can't do it legally at any speed! But in California, where it is legal,... 

There is good news for those following California Assembly Bill 51 (AB 51), which would formally codify lane-splitting as legal under the California Vehicle Code and empower state agencies to develop safety guidelines for its practice. That news is that the California State Assembly yesterday... 

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Riding a motorcycle in California is pure bliss. Motorcyclists benefit from the state's perpetual sunshine, its gold-kissed coasts, and of course lane-splitting for two-wheelers. Lane-splitting in California, from a legal stand-point, is sort of awkward though. There is no law that grants...