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Archive: Bicycle Laws

Electric Bike Laws
Bike Law Sep 19, 2017

Answers to the most frequently asked questions about electric bikes and the laws surrounding them.

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Truck Passing Bike on Double Yellow Line
Brendan Kevenides Sep 11, 2017

The most comprehensive laws in the country specifying when a driver may legally pass a bicyclist in a designated no-passing zone was just passed in Illinois.

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Yuba Electric Bike Train
Brendan Kevenides Aug 30, 2017

The new Illinois e-bike law leaves the door open for municipalities throughout the state to restrict their use in some places where traditional bicycles are allowed.

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PA Bike Laws Header Image
Joe Piscitello Aug 29, 2017

As a cyclist in Pennsylvania, you should become familiar with some key laws – which may help to prevent a future crash and to help you protect your rights as a cyclist.

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Ann Groninger Aug 02, 2017

Bike Law and laws are everywhere: First of all, every state has different bicycling laws, and within each state, some laws may vary from county to county.

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Bicycle vs Cars
Brendan Kevenides Jul 14, 2017

A proposed change in Illinois jury instructions for bicycle crash cases, and why it may matter in your case.

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Bicycle Dooring Education
Brendan Kevenides Jun 01, 2017

The urban bicyclist rides in perpetual fear of having a door flung open into their path. Sadly, the number of such incidents is going in the wrong direction.

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biking on highway laws in texas
Charlie Thomas May 17, 2017

Charlie answers a frequently asked question whether one may legally ride a bicycle on highway Interstate 10 and other freeways in Texas.

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Michigan Needs Better Cycling Laws
Bryan Waldman May 02, 2017

I am outraged when I see motorists that kill bicyclists charged with only minor crimes. It is time we stopped looking to blame others for this lack of accountability and look for solutions.

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Bike Crash Tips
Arleigh Jenkins Apr 11, 2017

You’ve been hit on your bike, now what do you do?
We answer our most commonly asked question, “What to do if I’m in a bike accident?”

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Oregon Bike Light Laws
Bob Mionske Dec 24, 2014

Hint: It’s not just at night… Now that winter has arrived, days are shorter than at any other time of the year, and nights are longer. Adding to this, daylight saving time has ended for the year. All of this means an increased chance that you may be riding in darkness in the morning and […]

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