I totally agree, however locally we have the second highest fatality rate in the state. Our county is 1472 square miles and has 5 incorporated cities and four major highways through it. Five years ago over Labor Day weekend there were 9 traffic fatalities. 7 of the 9 were in our county. If lane splitting was legal in all states and taught through drivers ed, etc, I think it would be helpful. However currently, it wouldn't be safe. On my way home from the office, it's nothing to hear 8-10 wrecks over the radio with most of them having injured parties.
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