Passing a Bicyclist? New Law Affects How You Pass Them After Sept. 15 - this blog was written by TicketHitMan.com, if you get a Ticket You Need to Hire a Hit Man, a TicketHitMan.
Since ignorance of the law is no defense when it comes to traffic tickets, that means the California driver is responsible for keeping abreast of all driving rules in the Vehicle Code, both existing and new.
The new California law taking effect Sept. 16, says you have to allow a 3 foot buffer zone when overtaking or passing a bicyclist.
What if you can’t fit with 3 feet of space?
If 3 feet isn't available, you must slow to a safe speed and pass when no danger is present. - this blog was written by TicketHitMan.com, if you get a Ticket You Need to Hire a Hit Man, a TicketHitMan.
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