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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Texas Bicycle Laws (551.101) Bicyclists have the rights andduties of other vehicle operators: For the most part, bicyclists must ride on the right side near the curb. The bicyclists may use a lane when necessary like when they have to make a left hand turn. (551.102c) At least one hand on the handlebars (two are safer): (545.107) Use hand and arm signals: (551.102a) One rider per saddle: Bicycle riders may ride side by side as long as the number of riders does not exceed two bikes. The bike riders can ride side by side in one lane as long as they don't impede the traffic flow. A person may not operate a bicycle at nighttime unless the bicycle is equipped with a white light on the front and a red reflector/light on the rear so riders can be seen on the road by people driving cars. A person may not operate a bicycleunless the bicycle is equipped with a brake capable of making a braked wheel skid on dry, level, clean pavement. Bicycle Safety On The Road Bike riders should give a hand and arm signal from the left side of the vehicle. To make a left turn signal, extend hand and arm horizontally.To make a right turn signal, extend hand and arm upward, except that a bicycle operator may signal from the right side of the vehicle with the hand and arm extended horizontally. To stop or decrease speed, extend hand and arm downward. Bicycle riders must stop at stop signs and red lights just like people driving cars would have to do so. Only one person should be sitting per seat on a bike. A person should not use a bicycle to carry more people than it is designed to carry. One hand may be used if the rider is making a hand signal, but two hands on the handlebars is preferred if possible.A person operating a bicycle should not carry an object that will prevent the person from operating the bicycle with at least one hand on the handlebars of the bicycle. (551.103) Ride near the curb andgo in the same direction as othertraffic: (551.103c) You may ride twoabreast as long as you don'timpede traffic: (551.104a) Brakes capable of making the braked wheel skid: (551.104b) Must have a whitelight on the front and a redreflector or red light on the rear (for riding at night):
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