Thursday, July 22, 2010

Illinois 3 Feet to Pass Law

(Image taken from http://www.3feet2pass.com/)

Recently, Illinois joined 10 other states and France in passing a law directing motorists to leave space when passing a cyclist (or pedestrian). Illinois law states: "When passing a bicyclist or pedestrian who is riding or walking on the road or shoulder of the roadway, you must keep a minimum of three feet between your vehicle and the bicyclist or pedestrian."

If your state is not listed above, do you care? Will you do something about it?

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