Comment 93846

By bikehounds (anonymous) | Posted October 28, 2013 at 11:47:50 in reply to Comment 93842

I don't think there is a specific offence for crossing a solid white line. There are rules about not driving outside of a marked lane, which is usually the ticket you'd get if you, for instance, crossed a white line to drive on the shoulder. My understanding is that road markings are there to present guidelines to help you follow the HTA. For instance, putting a solid line where in most circumstances it would be unsafe to change lanes. But tickets are written against the actual rules (eg: was it safe to change lanes?) rather than being written against the road markings.

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