Advocacy & Safety - Interesting Site.
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04-09-02, 08:05 PM
I just stumbled across this site. It's devoid of Australian content, so of little ue to me, but I thought the US residents on the forum might find it interesting.
It's http://www.bikelaw.com/ There's also an accompanying email list on Topica.com.
04-10-02, 01:21 AM
Much appreciated. Thank you.
"A proposed bill out of Colorado which affects bicyclists. Among other things, it permits turn signals to be made with the right hand."
DnvrFox or anyone else in Colorado -- with which arm do you currently signal a near-side (right in the U.S.) turn? Even if California did not explicitly permit same-side arm signals for motorcyclists and bicyclsts (which it does), I would still prefer to point straight right for a right turn, instead of using the motorist-specific upraised left arm signal.
04-12-02, 12:47 PM
Yes, I concur. Thanks for the link! :)
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