Longer article, but good read. It covers the penalties and laws on the 2nd part. Is it right that so many people don't even get a ticket if they kill someone in a bike?Answer Question
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You might find this interesting too: http://www.10news.com/news/controversial-sign-in-the-east-county-suggests-motorists-should-run-over-bicyclists-11062013
"SAN DIEGO - A controversial and heavily misspelled sign is threatening the lives of San Diego's bicycling community.
It is a white wooden sign nailed to a tree on private property along Honey Springs Road east of Jamul.
The black painted words read, "It is better to run over a bicyclest [sic] then to get in a head on accedent [sic] because they don't share the road."
"Bicyclest" and "accedent" are spelled wrong and the sign-maker used "then" instead of "than."
English grammar and spelling aside, the sign has enraged the cycling community."
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