Laser pointer makes a dot. To make shapes, the light has to be diffused or moving. Diffusion would potentially make the light dim, so I went with the spinning mirror theory.Dogbrain said:Spinning mirrors? Looked like a fancy laser pointer to me.
Is it not legal where you ride? In Ohio, it is permissible to overtake even in a marked no-passing zone when a slower vehicle is moving at less than half of the posted speed limit.Schmucker said:...doesn't make sense when I'm taking the lane. It seems like then it would promote illegal passing (must change lanes)
I think that's the general consensus. People around here drive in the bike lane all of the time (despite the fact that it earns you a big, fat ticket) and I'm sure it's that way elsewhere as well.byknuts said:am I the only one thinking "most drivers don't stay out of the REAL bike lane nevermind one that moves with me?"
since when is pointing light at the ground make people more aware of you than pointing light at their eye height?