Thomas Freeman

Stop Lane Splitting

Guest

Founder of Stop Lane Splitting, an advocacy group focused on restricting motorcycle lane-splitting. 

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Every driver in California has seen motorcycles weave through the traffic on roads and freeways. "Lane splitting" is not illegal, but it's not legal either — at least not yet.

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Every driver in California has seen motorcycles weave through the traffic on roads and freeways. "Lane splitting" is not illegal, but it's not legal either — at least not yet.

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