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Mind the Double Yellow Line



I ride a motorcycle during the summer. I have noticed that on two-lane roads, if there is an oncoming bicycle rider, the oncoming traffic has no problem crossing the double yellow line to provide the bicyclist the three-foot distance while almost running me off the road [“Bicycle Friendly(er),” June 14, City Weekly].

I thought the rule of never crossing the double yellow was on the books way before the three-foot rule.

Jay Jamison