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Motorcycle Stopping and Proceeding through traffic signals.
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BIKERBILLIE
Posted 7/15/2014 11:08 PM (#78855)
Subject: Motorcycle Stopping and Proceeding through traffic signals.


Affective 6/12/2014. Washington State Senate Bill 5141 passed unanimously. It is now legal to make a left hand turn at the traffic signals if the light doesn't change for your motorcycle. You must stop at the signal. Wait until a complete cycle of the signals has completed and the light hasn't changed for you. When the light goes from green to yellow, and doesn't change for you to turn left, you can then proceed through the light, after you have checked to make sure it is safe to proceed.
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jkmolt
Posted 7/16/2014 2:04 PM (#78868 - in reply to #78855)
Subject: Re: Motorcycle Stopping and Proceeding through traffic signals.


Posts: 195
Location: Portland, Oregon
Glad to know this. As one who lives in Portland, OR I've got to know the rules/regs for both states as it's just a hop, skip, and a jump to Vancouver, WA.
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Baluner1
Posted 8/4/2014 6:23 PM (#79241 - in reply to #78855)
Subject: Re: Motorcycle Stopping and Proceeding through traffic signals.


Posts: 7
Location: Ocala, Fl
A progressive state. I like it.
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