False. You may only enter a bike lane to park or turn right.
?Depends It is not illegal in California, forexample.
A bike lane is another term for a bicycle lane or cycle lane - a part of a roadway designed for use by cyclists.
You must enter the lane 200 ft. before making the turn.
pass another vehicle.
(in the US) On multi-lane roadways - The far right lane
The word 'bicycle' is a noun, but it can be used with the sense of an adjective in such constructions as 'bicycle lane'. 'There is a bicycle lane on the road where I live.' 'We went for a bicycle ride.' 'They had a bicycle race.'
When passing another vehicle.
. . . . in the right lane unless passing another vehicle.
No you can not you can get a ticket.
Assuming the other vehicle was in the right lane - you.
not assume they will make space for you to return to your lane
Never. The only time you can pass another vehicle on the right is if there is a lane on that side you can go into to pass it.
It either marks the outside edge of the paved vehicle travel lane or it is the division between the vehicle travel and the bicycle lane. It's proper name - which makes good sense if one thinks about it - is the "fog line".
When passing another vehicle, do so until that car is fully visible in your rear-view mirror. Once it is, signal and move back into the lane.
In general, only when the lane to the right of the other vehicle is an actual traffic lane, and not always then.The traffic violation "passing on the right" is generally interpreted as using the shoulder to pass another vehicle.
I would say the vehicle on the right is at fault, because the vehicle on the left is a "passing vehicle." You must always yield the right-of-way and keep to the right of a passing vehicle on the left. Or whoever has the bigger vehicle
pass another vehicle
Legally never.If the bicycle lane is marked, you may not drive in, or even partially in, that lane. However you may cross it when making turns or when pulling into parking spaces or driveways. However - REMEMBER - bicycles are legal vehicles on the roadway - always be certain that you are not interfering with bicycle traffic when doing so.
Most likely the the vehicle doing the backing up would be at fault.
If you slid out of your traffic lane or into an intersection, you probably are.
It depends which country you a driving in
Do Not Cross/ Stay in your lane Do Not cross double lanes to pass another vehicle