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#1: Re: Side By Side Ride

Posted on 2006-07-23 08:18:12 by DSW


Good question and posed recently to DPS. If you go to their website, they
have a Motorcycle Safety Unit <a href="" target="_blank"></a> that is very
responsive in answering questions / emails.

I asked them the same. After reading the Texas Motorcycle Laws as well as
the Tranportation Code which governs the movement of all vehicles on Texas
roadways, I could NOT find a reference to it that would disallow it and even
the Motorcycle Laws only say that it is not recommended, however, the
response from DPS was that it was illegal but they never did send me the
section the specifically addressed.

Texas did NOT pass the law that appears in an earlier thread saying it did
in 05
&quot;FaroeKing&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:dsumberg&#64;" target="_blank">dsumberg&#64;</a>&gt; wrote in message
news:5Tfng.157627$<a href="mailto:F_3.24504&#64;" target="_blank">F_3.24504&#64;</a>
&gt; Is it legal to ride between vehicles/lanes in Texas. I understand that it
&gt; is legal in California.
&gt; The club I ride with here has never brought it up. But a friend of mine
&gt; said he found a reference on the 'Net that said it was OK in TX.
&gt; If legal, can someone point me to the state statute?
&gt; --
&gt; Dane
&gt; 2001 FLSTCI
&gt; Frequent Rider, Daily If Possible

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