Motorcycles have many advantages over passenger vehicles. They are lighter, more maneuverable, and often get better gas mileage. At the same time, motorcycles lack the stability and rider protection that cars and trucks provide.
When you ride your motorcycle, you may employ some driving practices that differ from automobile drivers. But how safe are lane splitting, lane sharing, and lane filtering? Here is an overview of the safety of these three motorcycle driving practices.
Motorcycle Lane Maneuvers
Motorcycles do not occupy the same amount of space inside a lane as passenger vehicles. As a result, motorcycles can maneuver differently …