Main Motorcycle: TT600
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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I have witnessed many vehicles drifting from inner to outer lane as they turn through intersections. Some of this may be due to centrifugal force, but most are due to laziness. Vehicles should stay in the lane they're in throughout the turn. I believe I am more safe on the inside lane whenever there is a multi-lane turn. That outside lane is usually where cagers end up. They never-ever look before drifting. Heck, I also have witnessed some that will even pull back into the inner lane as they realize they are now not in the lane they started in.
And so I admit my guilt...I probably burst my safety bubble cause I get the heck through, around and gone. I am too worried about the cager coming up behind me.
I'm kinda amazed. Don't get me wrong, some very good advice, but no one has advised to obey the speed limit except one. OK, none of us do this probably, but in certain areas we should.
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