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Must bicyclists and in-line skaters move in the same direction that vehicle traffic moves?

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Must bicyclists and in-line skaters move in the same direction that vehicle traffic moves?

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The law requires that bicyclists ride or in-line skaters glide with the traffic. The main cause of accidents is bicyclists or skaters that ride against traffic. The bicyclists and skaters that move with traffic are easier for motorists to see and their actions are easier to predict. Bicyclists and skaters that move with traffic also prevent interference with the flow of traffic and pedestrians.

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