By now, you have surely heard about Indiana governor Mike Pence signing the extremely controversial “religious freedom” bill into law. In a nutshell, in Indiana (like several other states) it’s okay to discriminate against various groups of people if those people offend your religious sensibilities.
In our episode-before-last, you’ll recall the Washington State Legislature was considering an eminently sensible bill that would allow lane-splitting in a safe, reasonable manner on pretty much any road in the state.
Well, you’ve heard the old adage about how lovers of sausage and the law should never watch either being made, haven’t you?
These days, an online presence is just about mandatory, for any kind of organization. Including scooter clubs.
Among the many bills under consideration by the Washington state Legislature in 2015 is one to allow lane-splitting by motorcycles and scooters.
A few years ago, smart (no caps, please) announced it would offer an electric scooter by 2014. Uh, that didn’t happen. However, another rather similar concept electric scooter recently debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.