Today, we will learn what lane filtering with a motorcycle means and how to do this safely.

Lane filtering is when a motorcycle rider rides between the white lines on the road to control their speed and avoid collisions with other vehicles.

The motorcycle rider must stay between the white lines and can only travel in the left or right lane.

Motorcycle riders should use caution when lane filtering as they are not required to obey traffic laws that apply to other vehicles.

Lane filtering should only be done when necessary, as it can increase the chances of getting into a collision.

Motorcycle riders should always wear helmets and avoid driving under the influence.

Lane filtering is not allowed on freeways or expressways.

Motorcycle riders should always check their speedometer and sound a warning horn when they reach highway speeds.

Riders should also be aware of their surroundings and be cautious when overtaking other vehicles.

Lane filtering is not allowed on bike paths or trails.

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