Queensland road laws?



jack06

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hi guys
if I was speeding down a road in brisbane at say 70 in a 60 zone could I risk being given a ticket?
jack
 

62vette

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Te Ika a Maui
jack06 said:
hi guys
if I was speeding down a road in brisbane at say 70 in a 60 zone could I risk being given a ticket?
jack
If a bicycle fits the definition of a vehicle in Queensland I would say yes.
 

asterope

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jack06 said:
hi guys
if I was speeding down a road in brisbane at say 70 in a 60 zone could I risk being given a ticket?
jack
You sure can! and dont think for one moment that you cant be breathalyzed on a bicycle...
 

terry prowse

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jack06 said:
hi guys
if I was speeding down a road in brisbane at say 70 in a 60 zone could I risk being given a ticket?
jack
Jack, now let's get fadinkim', can you ride at 70 anywhere?:eek: what sort of motor do you have. terry at the hill
 

ozbiker2

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62vette said:
If a bicycle fits the definition of a vehicle in Queensland I would say yes.
A bicycle does not fit the definition of a vehicle in Queensland. A vehicle needs to have a motor fuelled by a volatile liquid or gas, or it needs to be drawn by a horse.

I do not know what the implications of this are regarding traffic offences or even cyclists rights.

Someone with bucketloads of money and a taste for "sport" in the courts should try this on....