Rules of etiquette for roadworks sites

With so many roadworks sites around the country, we need to establish some rules of etiquette for their use, apart from just speed. ETIQUETTE RULE #1 First rule of roadworks etiquette should be that all bikes be allowed to shuffle to the front of the queue. I’ve done this on many occasions at the ubiquitous remote red …

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Lane filtering lane splitting stop lines

Separate stop lines for motorbikes?

Some riders want separate stop lines at intersections in front of other vehicles now that lane filtering has been introduced in most states and the ACT. The lines are used by motorcycles and scooters in many European and Asian countries to separate two-wheelers from the rest of the traffic. The idea is that it allows …

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Three ‘rules’ for roadworks sites

With all the roadworks going on and no sign of them disappearing soon, we need to establish some roadworks etiquette, starting with these three “rules”. RULE 1 First rule of roadworks etiquette should be that all bikes should be allowed to shuffle to the front of the queue. This will allow the traffic to get …

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Rules for roadworks sites

With all the roadworks going on and no sign of them disappearing soon, we need to establish some roadworks etiquette. First rule of roadworks etiquette should be that all bikes should be allowed to shuffle to the front of the queue. I’ve done this on many occasions at the ubiquitous remote red light machines or …

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