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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The vehicle code's definition of 3-foot bicycle law

The vehicle code's definition of 3-foot bicycle law
Colin Atagi
Link: http://voices.mydesert.com/2014/01/09/the-vehicle-codes-definition-of-the-3-foot-bicycle-law/

"Readers continue to weigh in on the 3-feet for Safety Act, which will require drivers to maintain a 3-foot buffer when passing to the left of bicyclists on the road beginning in September.

Several local residents sought clarification on the law depending on various scenarios.

tdsdc5-6dbbf7t7l3c19dognghs_layoutWhat happens if a bicyclist is the one riding close to traffic, particularly when cars are stopped when they have a red light?

Does a driver need to move further away if a bicyclist is on the far left edge of a bicycle lane, but inside the lane nonetheless?

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