- A bicyclist is not riding in the designated bike lane
- A bicyclist has taken the lane. Bicyclists should use the entire lane on roadways that are too narrow for bikes and cars to share comfortably.
- The road isn't wide enough to legally pass with 3 feet separation.
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
New MD law on passing bicyclists
As of October 1st, 2010, Maryland law now requires that when drivers pass a bicyclist on the road, they must give at least 3 feet separation between their vehicle and the bike. Exceptions to the rule include: