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In addition to the two answers citing the Highway Code - the key words are 'perfectly entitled'. The answer is 'No'. The HC does not have the force of Law in the UK, but infractions of the Code will be taken into account if a driver's actions result in an accident or an intervention by the Police. Drivers have a duty of care to other road users, and ...


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Those are already manufactured, as "stealth mountain bikes" in Australia. They're not popular with many people because they specifically designed to be ridden in mountain bike only areas... they're big, heavy, fast and hence dangerous to actual mountain bikers. But they will give you some idea of what you'll need to do to make your idea work. And note that ...


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EU and most other jurisdictions outside NA the limit is 200-300W for a pedal assisted push bike. Above that they become Moped's then motorcycles. North America has looser regulations. Regardless of the limits, in most cases once you get above the limit, the bike will need registration, number plate with lights, indicator, brake, headlight and tail lights ...


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Highway code rule 163 give motorcyclists, cyclists and horse riders at least as much room as you would when overtaking a car He wouldn't overtake a car as it was turning left, so he shouldn't overtake a cyclist; 2ft is not an adequate safe margin.


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The UK Highwaycode states: Using the road: Turning left Rule 182 Use your mirrors and give a left-turn signal well before you turn left. Do not overtake just before you turn left and watch out for traffic coming up on your left before you make the turn, especially if driving a large vehicle. Cyclists, motorcyclists and other road users in ...



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