3-feet Bicycle Law

As the weather gets warmer, more two-wheeled enthusiasts and athletes will be sharing the road with vehicles with four wheels or more.  As a reminder, Ohio signed in to law the 3-Foot Rule, in 2016.  The law provides that motorists must give bicyclist at least three feet of clearance when passing bicyclists.  The law also permits bicyclist and motorists to treat inoperable traffic signals as stop signs.  WKBN covered the improvements to the law on its morning news program soon after it was signed.  Here is a link to the story:  http://wkbn.com/2017/03/19/new-ohio-law-requires-drivers-to-leave-3-feet-of-space-when-passing-cyclists/  

Let's be careful out there and remember to Share The Road!

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