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Bus Lanes? #614141
27/01/20 05:06 AM
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Am I correct in saying that M3W is not legal to drive in UK bus lanes due to the weight? 🤔

Re: Bus Lanes? [Re: Landy] #614147
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Yes, the limit is 450Kg for motorised tricycle, and even then without sidecar.


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Re: Bus Lanes? [Re: Richard Wood] #614162
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So does that mean a Triking could use a bus lane ? (390kg according to the spec sheet).


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Re: Bus Lanes? [Re: pandy] #614173
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Originally Posted by pandy
So does that mean a Triking could use a bus lane ? (390kg according to the spec sheet).



From what I've briefly read so far yes. However suspect the "tricycle" description may refer to those motorcycle based vehicles that lean despite double front wheel design. Clearly they want to avoid car width design vehicles in specifically excluding side cars. Expect it will be in the small print somewhere.


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