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Old 03-29-2015, 02:32 PM   #1
BobbyT
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AB 51 Lane Splitting - Call to Action

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ABATE of California.. in contacting members of the California Assembly Transportation Committee, asking them NOT to support AB 51 (Lane Splitting) as it is CURRENTLY written. Below is their sample letter......

Dear Assemblymember,

I request that you do not support AB51, the motorcycle lane splitting bill. The bill as currently written does not fully address rider safety within the stated speed limits. Further studies should be conducted to determine the effect lane splitting speed limits.

Thanks you for your attention to this matter

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