I have read time and time again from some folks that the FRAP laws in their minds are the root cause of so much strife on cyclists. What I want to know is if FRAP is gone, how will both cyclists and motorists act differently on the roads? What about FRAP is the big issue (I have see folks post that the "exceptions" and they way they are written are a problem).
How will life change for cyclists? Where on the road will cyclists ride if there are no FRAP laws? SMV laws will no doubt apply and these laws still put "slow moving vehicles" on the right side of the road... so how is this different from FRAP?
Some have stated that changing the law will change the behavior of other road users... but if those other road users don't know the laws as they now exist and tend to simply believe that "slow means move right..." what is going to be different?