Lane-splitting/sharing, or filtering as it’s often called, is a practice legally allowed across most of the globe. However, it’s an illegal activity in 49 of 50 U.S. states and all of Canada. That sounds unfair to the MO crew in California, the only state in which lane-splitting is not illegal. That’s why we were excited to hear about a new petition that intends to legalize lane sharing across America.

It’s high time we shared some California sunshine with the rest of the country. What’s good for MO is good for the entire U.S.A. Whenever there’s a guy sweating in traffic in Miami, we’ll be there. When most of the lanes on that bridge in Jersey are closed, we’ll be there. Sure it probably has as much chance of ever seeing the light of day as any act of Congress that actually benefits people, but you have to start somewhere. Sign the petition at the link below and help move America toward the light in terms of traffic!

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/allow-motorcycle-lane-sharing-all-public-roads/qP86QbjN