As a motorcyclist, it can be tempting to run between the cars, when eftermiddagstrafikken will close, and the cars holds the muzzle at the muzzle of the gateways to the major cities.
But where the motorcycles sees it as a smart way to go, it may, as a motorist, be frustrating to stuck in traffic and see the motorcycles circling effortlessly between the cars, which might not increase the willingness to provide the necessary space for the two wheelers.
So for safety sake it's probably good that there now is clarity in this area.
No, it should motorcyclists not!
It is not lawful, when a motorcycle overtakes between the rows of vehicles. Even though there seems to be room for it. It writes the FDM and the national Police.
- Overtaking can only happen to the left). traffic law §21, why the only legitimate overtaking on the highway or roads with multiple lanes in the same direction can be done on the left side in the outermost lane under the premise of sideafstanden be observed. It is therefore Rigspolitiets view, to drive between the rows is not allowed, writing policewoman Christian Berthelsen in a response to a driving instructor, who asks the eternal question.
It means, also, that there must be the necessary space. Overhalingen may only happen if there is sufficient space between the car and the motorcycle, and the motorcyclist must not exceed the unbroken line check against, for instance, safety barriers, type FDM.
If the motorcyclists breaking the rules can result in a fine and a cut in the licence, says Dennis Long, a legal consultant in the FDM.