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Yes, You Can Lane-Split (on Your Motorcycle)

By Newport Beach Personal Injury Attorney on August 18, 2019

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As a late summer heat wave flattens the Southland, we at Allen, Flatt, Ballidis & Leslie are still thankful for California. Why? Because California is the only state in the U.S. that ever encouraged motorcyclists to lane-split!

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To prevent motorcycle deaths on our California highways, car drivers, not just motorcyclists, need more training.

By Newport Beach Personal Injury Attorney on October 5, 2009

Motorcycle riding kills a lot or riders each year. Over 100,000 have been killed in statistical studies over the last 40 years in California. Why this occurs in such volume is no surprise, there is nothing preventing you from hitting the pavement. Even with advances in technology, there is little you can do to prevent serious injury or death, if another driver turns in front of you at the last minute. Naturally, as riders we think we are invincible, but we are not.

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