Do you agree with the definition of VC below?
There are rules of the road for drivers of vehicles encoded as laws in jurisdictions around the world. While there are some differences from place to place, for the most part they are largely consistent. This is because they are all based on the same underlying principles. To illustrate, the common set of underlying principles is what allows an American to get off a plane in Europe and drive legally without consulting a single law (except maybe verifying whether right on ride is allowed), and vice versa.
Edit: The reference to "some differences from place to place" above is meant to refer to rules about whether to drive on the right or left, or whether you can turn right (left in left-driving countries) on red. And the "largely consistent" remark also reflects that even rules between left-driving and right-driving countries transfer accordingly, because they are mostly mirror images of each other where the driving side is relevant (e.g., direction of traffic circles is counterclockwise in right-driving countries and clockwise in left-driving countries).
Vehicular cycing is cycling on roads in accordance to the rules of the road for drivers of vehicle based on the common universal underlying principles. For the most part, this means following the rules of the road for drivers of vehicles, including laws that apply to drivers of slow moving vehicles, when applicable. Vehicular cycling does not necessarily include riding in accordance to the letter of the law, particulary of laws that limit the rights of cyclists exclusively in contradiction to the rules of the road for drivers of all other vehicles, and rules that treat cyclists differently from drivers of all other types of vehicles.
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