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Question:

In Pennsylvania, when you pass a bicycle traveling in your direction, you must leave at least _______ of clearance between your vehicle and the bicycle.

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Explaination

Before passing a bicycle traveling in your direction, you must first decide whether you can maneuver around the bicyclist. Be sure to check for oncoming traffic. Under Pennsylvania law, when you pass the bicycle, you must leave at least four feet of clearance between your vehicle and the bicycle. To leave this much clearance, you are even allowed to cross a double yellow line into the opposing lane momentarily if you can do it safely.