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...California and is dying to enjoy this *make sense* privilege may have a chance now if the petition goes through  O0:


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WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO:

Allow motorcycle lane sharing on all public roads

Lane splitting is something the rest of the world allows. In areas with congested traffic, it allows motorcycle riders to use the space in between 2 lanes of cars traveling in the same direction to advance through traffic. This act reduces car traffic because of the space a motorcycle takes up behind a car. Currently the State of California is the only place where such action is legal. We petition to make lane splitting a nationally recognized act, and to follow similar guide lines that the State of California has set forth.







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Unavailable lane splitting previlidges in other states clogged traffic congestion even more. I can personally attest to this after riding coast to coast, north to south and many spots in between especially in places like the strip in Vegas. So lane splitting makes sense in heavy traffic because it's more efficient  O0:









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People feared they may have to deal with that stupid kid/man on a crochrocket blowing through those in between lanes like he owns the whole damn road and putting others at liability risks cuz the law says he has the right to be there.



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People feared they may have to deal with that stupid kid/man on a crochrocket blowing through those in between lanes like he owns the whole damn road and putting others at liability risks cuz the law says he has the right to be there.

That can apply to any privilege, there's bad apples in just about every group no matter the activity. Just because one has the privilege of obtaining a driver's license doesn't mean that he/she can operate a vehicle properly, safely, and with care and courtesy toward other motorists sharing the roadways ...With that said, lane splitting makes more sense than not in heavy traffic areas.



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