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Sunday 10 overlooked laws for motorists and cyclists

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A cyclist goes around a pedestrian walking on a bike path on West College Street in Bozeman, Thursday, Sept. 12.

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A cyclist cruises down a dedicated bike lane on West College Street in Bozeman, Thursday, Sept. 12.

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A cyclist cruises through an intersection on a dedicated bike lane on West College Street in Bozeman, Thursday, Sept. 12, in this file photo.

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A cyclist turns onto South Nineteenth Avenue from a right turn lane on West College Street in Bozeman, Thursday, Sept. 12.

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A cyclist cruises over a sharrow symbol on Koch Street in Bozeman, Thursday, Sept. 12.

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A group of cyclists cruise down a bike path on West College Street in Bozeman, Thursday, Sept. 12.

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A cyclist yields to bicycle and car traffic near a bike path on West College Street in Bozeman, Thursday, Sept. 12.

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Roads are for all vehicles, yet motorists and cyclists often butt heads because neither group understands the laws of the road.

Drivers get frustrated over misconceptions about bikes on the road. Cyclists create friction when they don't obey the laws.

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