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  • Oklahoma HB 2706

    http://www.abateofoklahoma.org/legis.html

    On November 1st, if you are waiting at a left turn signal and it doesn’t recognize your bike, you will now be able to legally turn left on red (with caution)
    Josh #00042
    2019 Road Glide Ultra

    R.I.P. Dad 1951-2015

  • #2
    Good deal. I don't even know if that is a law in Ky or not. I guess I need to check into that. I have had to do it before in my own hometown.
    Jeff
    09 FLHRCI
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    • #3
      Took a defensive drivers course a few years ago.
      It was a ruling at that time that if Yur ata one way street going left and yur in the left turn lane then You can make a left on red after stop,most people do`nt know that.
      I believe the defensive drivers course is made up nationally too.
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      • #4
        North Carolina says after 3 minutes you can go
        The hardest part about a Zombie Apocalypse, will be pretending I'm not excited!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JimP View Post
          North Carolina says after 3 minutes you can go
          That would be a long three minutes!
          Jeff
          09 FLHRCI
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          • #6
            I stuck one'a those sensor tripping magnets under my frame a coupla' weeks after gettin' my bike... more turn lanes work with than without it.
            Of course, it's not perfect, so I still run one occasionally, too.

            Periodically I have to remove beer caps or other metallic detritus. It's a strong li'l sucker.
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            (Ask anybody)

            MONK
            Crocified '07 XL1200C
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Monk View Post
              I stuck one'a those sensor tripping magnets under my frame a coupla' weeks after gettin' my bike... more turn lanes work with than without it.
              Of course, it's not perfect, so I still run one occasionally, too.

              Periodically I have to remove beer caps or other metallic detritus. It's a strong li'l sucker.
              It must be to withstand the shake,rattle n roll of a Harley,jus sayin.........................
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              • #8
                Originally posted by jirvin View Post
                That would be a long three minutes!
                I've been to NC; any three minutes in NC is a long three minutes!

                Oh, Hi Jim!ed
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Rainrider View Post
                  I've been to NC; any three minutes in NC is a long three minutes!

                  Oh, Hi Jim!ed
                  I'm with ya there bro, I'm trying to get back to Texas.... :madcow
                  The hardest part about a Zombie Apocalypse, will be pretending I'm not excited!

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                  • #10
                    [QUOTE=Rainrider;35128]I've been to NC; any three minutes in NC is a long three minutes!

                    That's a cold shot Rainrider!
                    Herd #59
                    Better poser than you!

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                    • #11
                      Alot of those left turns or lights that won't change when you stop at it on the bike if you stop on top of one of the lines that would be parallel to your bike alot of them will change without any added gadgets.
                      HERD Member #114
                      2007 FLHTCU Ultra Classic
                      When all else fails, GET A BIGGER HAMMER!
                      If common sense was so common, wouldn't everyone have it?

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                      • #12
                        My steel toed boots are so damn big, I can trip a light sensor a block away....Thats what I get for having size 11 feet I guess....LOL !!
                        U.S. Army "Retired"
                        (Disabled Veteran)

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