Is lane splitting legal in California?

Lane splitting is legal in California. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) defines lane splitting as the practice of driving a 2-wheeled motorcycle between two rows of stopped or moving vehicles. The practice had been tolerated by law enforcement for years and in 2017 the California Legislature made it legal. If you were injured on a motorcycle while properly moving between two vehicles, a San Francisco motorcycle accident attorney can help you establish your claim against the parties responsible for your injuries. At Allegiance Law their skilled personal injury attorneys know how to successfully argue on behalf of California motorcycle accident victims injured while legally lane splitting.
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