MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Wednesday night’s Good Question dealt with the rules of the road when it comes to bikes.
The city of Minneapolis has a great write-up that explains the laws. It’s pretty simple, really: Bikes belong on the road, cars need to treat bikes like another vehicle and everyone should signal their intentions.
But many bicyclists don’t stop at red lights. They don’t signal their intentions.
Many car drivers also do the same thing. But on a percentage basis, I’d argue that a much smaller percentage of cars run red lights.
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