Lane splitting will become legal in 50 states [NHSFPA Passes House, Senate]
News from the Nation’s Capital applauded motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts in all 50 states today as the House of Congress and the Senate successfully passed the National Highway Safety and Freedom Protections Act (NHSFPA), which would legalize sharing routes in the United States. The bill is expected to be signed into law by President Biden, as administration insiders have said an NHSFPA (pronounced Nee-Hiss-FPÜH) veto is highly unlikely.The National Highway Safety and Liberty Protection Act has gone unnoticed in the current political climate. Congressional insiders cited this as a critical factor in his success, saying he faced no bipartisan opposition in the House or Senate. Insiders also noted that the vague and slightly ominous name of the bill led many congressional leaders to vote for it without questioning its contents, assuming that voting against it could come back to haunt them with a mid-election. impending mandate. The NHSFPA relies on California’s AB-51, which formally legalized and provided a broad definition of lane-splitting. However, the true intent of California’s AB-51 is to allow government agencies such as the California Department of Highway Patrol to create and teach lane separation guidelines. In the case of the NHSFPA, lane sharing guidelines will be developed by the Department of Transportation and the National Transportation Safety Board. DOT and NTSB leaders released a public statement praising the early lane separation work done by the California Highway Patrol and that they would use it through a complicated process called “copy and paste.” Wanted here for those who don’t live in lit states like Arizona, California, Montana, and Utah, which allow lane splitting. When practiced in a controlled manner, lane separation reduces the risk of accidents for motorcyclists and significantly reduces traffic congestion. If enacted, the NHSFPA would make lane sharing legal nationwide, allowing the rest of the country to engage in a practice accepted in virtually every other country in the world without issue.Introduced by Sen. Mike Rounds (R-SD) at the start of the congressional season, Rounds said, “This bill means a lot to me as a native of South Dakota. The National Highways Safety and Freedom Protections Act will ensure our freedoms are protected on our nation’s highways, and it’s something that will always have my vote. lane-sharing advocate and Colorado ABATE chapter leader Rusty Shackleford. Shackleford had this to say about the bill’s drafting process: “Individual states have been slow to pass lane-sharing laws, and it’s clear that a federal solution was needed. We wanted to speed up this bill, so we thought of a name that seemed incredibly important but didn’t specifically say what it was designed to do. Although the original draft was only one page, we copied and pasted the same information until it was long enough that no one could bother to read it. We needed congressional leaders to treat this like an Apple or Google End User License Agreement and just assume it mattered because it had words like security, freedom, and protection in the name. Act like a resounding success. In a brief address to the House, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA 12th District) said: “The passage of the National Highway Safety and Freedom Protections Act is a momentous opportunity for the United States . It will bring new funds to our schools, police and fire departments around the world and help improve the safety of all who pass through our country by automobile or motorized bicycle, as I am told commoners do. regularly. I have to go now. My people need me.However, congressional watchdogs say the NHSFPA has no mention of funding in any form, and there is no reference to funding specific agencies. It focuses strictly on topics related to lane splitting and features a photorealistic drawing of a hot dog on page 118. The bill has faced limited controversy and has not escaped circles of Congress call “pork.” During the NHSFPA debate phase, Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-CA 34th District) demanded a reprieve for the nation’s apparel manufacturers in today’s marketplace, especially for those who manufacture, sell and buy extremely fashionable denim shorts Denim shorts are trendy and are worn by countless dads with New Balance shoes during barbecues They are tasteful and denim shorts should never past the knees. We can also tuck in our shirts, and it’s very formal, despite what you all say. His speech was greeted with thunderous applause and House members gulped down beers in approval, as tradition dictates.. This measure would effectively force American dads at barbecues to buy denim shorts made in the United States.Until this sham law is passed, only practice lane sharing in the states where is it t legal, or move to those states ’cause your state ain’t so cool, man.