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I've been a driver for 34 years and was presented with my first bicycle in 1969. When I drive or ride I expect everyone to obey the same rules - it's kept me safe.

So then you expect cars to ride as far to the right as possible? And you're OK with them on the sidewalks or on bike trails? And you think cyclists should wear seatbelts and bikes should have horns? You believe that children in cars should be required to wear helmets? And you don't think we should have age limits on who can drive a car? Or that one should not lose the privilege of driving just because they've been busted for drunk driving many times? You think bikes should be inspected and tagged and that cyclists should have to pass a licensing exam?

Because that's what obeying the same rules means.

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