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Posted on Mar 10, 2012
Last year, lawmakers passed a bill requiring drivers of motor vehicles to keep at least three feet of distance while passing a cyclist on the road; however, this year, cyclists may have a new rule to adhere to.
A bill hoping to mandate single-file riding on all Georgia roads was introduced recently and is already being discussed in committee hearings. The bill, SB 468, is sponsored by Butch Miller (R-Gainseville), who was the past chairman of the Georgia Automobile Dealers Association.
If passed, this bill would ban two-by-two bicycle riding. Because of this issue, cyclists are putting out the word to fight this bill.
Cycling lobbyists in the Capitol will make the following points about riding two-by-two:
There may be another substitute bill that would satisfy both sides, and our Atlanta bicycle accident attorneysat Kalka & Baer will keep you updated.
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