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    When there is no right-hand lane for traffic you are on ____

    a Möbius strip.


    Any other good answers?

    (late at night, I could not resit.)
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    the far side of the pond. Watch the Brits!

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    up the creek without a rock to stand on?


    unable to formulate a valid defense why a slow moving vehicle should be able to block traffic and NOT operate as far right as practicable on this same road without a left hand lane for passing (not the opposing lane, of course)
    "Evidence, anecdote and methodology all support planning for roadway bike traffic."

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    Sorry but "When there is right-hand lane for traffic" or "When there is no right-hand lane for traffic"

    Just strikes me as the oddest and most unnatural "obvious" only two conditions where slow moving vehicles should drive.

    And sorry to disappoint but I only came here for the 5 min. argument.
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    Like my late mother -- never missed a chance to preach her points. (Usually, her points were, I wasn't good enough)

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