Is lane splitting legal in Tennessee?

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Ronald Johnson
Ronald JohnsonLicensed Agent

Posted on Feb 18, 2023

Yes, lane splitting is legal in Tennessee. This means that motorcyclists are allowed to drive between lanes of stopped or slow-moving traffic. There are some restrictions, however. The motorcycle must be traveling no more than 10 miles per hour faster than the traffic around it, and the motorcycle must be in the same lane as the cars it is passing.

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