|2010-09-18, 04:43 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2001
UK law from 1800whatever
I'm 100% sure I once saw a law from the year 1800something that contained the word "unicycle".
It provided that cycles with a wheelsize that equals 20" or smaller should behave as pedestrian, and bigger wheels should be using the road side.
As far as I knew the UK was the only country in the word that had a law that so clearly addressed unicycles.
Again I'm 100% convinced that I've seen it somewhere. But when I search for it on Google, I cannot find it.
However I do find this:
which funny enough worked as a reference to the law enforcers...
Still, does anyone know where to find this provision of law of more than a 100 years old?
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