1. Lane splitting is legal in Washington state.
2. The Washington State Patrol doesn't have a specific policy on lane splitting, but generally doesn't ticket motorcyclists who are splitting lanes.
3. Some drivers may not be familiar with lane splitting, so it's important to be aware of your surroundings and be cautious when lane splitting.
4. Lane splitting can be a great way to save time and avoid traffic congestion.
Lane splitting is not specifically prohibited by Ohio law, but it is not specifically permitted either. In general, Ohio law allows drivers to change lanes as long as they do so in a safe manner. Therefore, lane splitting would likely be allowed as long as it is done safely. However, it is always beRead more
Yes, lane splitting is permitted in the state of New York. The New York Vehicle and Traffic Law does not specifically mention lane splitting, but does allow motorcycles to ride between lanes of traffic. In order to lane split safely, riders should use caution and be aware of their surroundings.Read more
Lane sharing is permitted in Georgia. This means that you are allowed to share a lane with another vehicle when driving on a highway. However, you must use caution when doing so and obey all traffic laws.Read more