Lane splitting is a technique used by motorcyclists to move through slow or stationary traffic up to 10 mph faster than other vehicles. While this practice is common in most countries, lane splitting is illegal in most states in the United States.

In states where lane splitting is legal, the guidelines are typically developed with the local highway patrol, state police, and state motor vehicle division. However, the legality of motorcycle lane splitting is still somewhat of a gray area in most states.

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