Thoughts on cutting through traffic in jam?

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Re: Thoughts on cutting through traffic in jam?

Postby Oxford » Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:38 pm

Chris249 wrote:
Oxford wrote:
Chris249 wrote:...

Hopping onto the footpath is not a way to filter, it's illegal...
depends on the state. in Qld its legal and I did it all the time particularly when you get haters knowingly trying to jam you into the gutter.


Sorry, didn't know your rules.

I'm lucky with haters trying to jam you in; last one was years ago, but it was not fun.

its silly that we cannot get a uniform set of rules for roads, cycling etc etc across this country. no apology needed, if you do not live in Qld, you are not expected to know the rules, unless you come here, then suddenly you are supposed to know. :mrgreen:
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Re: Thoughts on cutting through traffic in jam?

Postby il padrone » Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:50 pm

Chris249 wrote:I'm lucky with haters trying to jam you in; last one was years ago, but it was not fun.

This hater's jam looks fun though :P

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