字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Lane filtering is when a motorcycle rider moves alongside vehicles that have either stopped or are moving slowly less than 30 kilometres per hour. This is because lane filtering at high speeds is dangerous and will increase the risk of having a crash. You should only lane filter when there is enough space either side of you, so you can avoid a crash with other vehicles, and you can safely merge back into the traffic stream. If there's not enough space, don't risk it. Riders should take particular care when lane filtering in areas where there are pedestrians and cyclists such as central business districts, shopping areas and near public transport stops. Riders should always look out for pedestrians and cyclists as they are the most vulnerable road users and can be injured even in a low-speed crash. Riders must always stop behind the stop line at a red traffic light, never in front or over it. This is to keep you safe because drivers of heavy vehicles and buses often find it hard to see motorcyclists. This is because lane filtering at high speed, which is called lane splitting, is dangerous and will not only increase the risk of having a crash, but also the severity of the crash. This ensures filtering isn't done around schools where there may be children on or near the road. This is to make sure pedestrians on footpaths remain safe, while also reducing the risk of a motorcyclist having a crash. This is because opening doors from parked vehicles can put riders at risk. This also aims to make sure that pedestrians accessing their parked vehicles, and cyclists who may be riding on the road, remain safe. Lane filtering can be a complex manoeuvre to do safely, so only fully licensed riders who are experienced are allowed to lane filter.