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    Traffic school for bikes

  2. #2
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    Wow, 233 bucks for rolling a stop sign? That's a pretty good way to generate some revenue.

    I'd opt for the $50 class in a heartbeat.

    It's true that i see some folks riding on the road that could use some education. I live near a college campus, and the bike riders around there routinely expect to have the right of way, and blow through stop signs.

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    Yep... I've taught a few similar courses. Taking these classes is a pretty good deal, whether you're doing it of your own free will, or under the threat of a fine of some sort.
    Ride a mountain bike... you will not regret it if you live.
    (with apologies to Mark Twain & The Taming of the Bicycle)

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    Traffic School

    I am hundred percent agree on the importance of enrolling a traffic school. Some may scoff at the idea but they do not realise how a traffic course would turn their lives in the future.
    Patience is something you admire in the driver behind you and scorn in the one ahead. ~Mac McCleary

    Florida traffic school

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