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California Lane-Splitting Legislation Withdrawn The state's pending lane-splitting legislation has been tabled for 2015. With a list of seven

California Lane-Splitting Legislation Withdrawn The state's pending lane-splitting legislation has been tabled for 2015. With a list of seven

Cycle World just received word from the Motorcycle Industry Council that California's pending legislation on motorcycle lane-splitting has been shelved for 2015. Here's the update from the MIC's Government Relations Office: "Pending California lane-splitting legislation has been tabled for 2015....

Published on August 5 2015, 17:41
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

Earlier this year, after an Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) survey revealed that nearly half of California drivers were unaware that lane splitting is a legally tolerated practice in the Golden State, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) published Lane Splitting General Guidelines. Meant to bring... 

AMA Press Release: The sponsor of a California Senate bill that would have restricted the current practice of lane-splitting by motorcyclists will withdraw the bill from consideration, the American Motorcyclist Association reports. Lane-splitting by motorcyclists in California is recognized by... 

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... 

The American Motorcycle Association (AMA) has confirmed that bill S.B. 350, which would have restricted the common practice of lane-splitting by California motorcyclists would be withdrawn from consideration. This is good news for many California motorcyclists who employ the practice recognized... 

No longer is there grey area surrounding lane splitting in California – Gov. Jerry Brown signed A.B. 51 into law today, making California the first state to legally recognize lane splitting. The full AMA press release is below. Gov. Jerry Brown signed A.B. 51 into law today, making California... 

Lane-Splitting. It's the practice of riding a motorcycle between rows of stopped or slow-moving traffic. You probably know that it's been legal in California for many years, but what you may not know is that it's explicitly or implicitly illegal in every other U.S. state. But what about Texas?... 

The American Motorcyclist Association recently, quietly released an official endorsement of lane splitting. A summary of the position statement reads: "Given the ongoing success of lane splitting in California and the recent enthusiasm for lane splitting and/or filtering in other states, the AMA...