One of the best things about Idaho is that you can live your life the way you want to within reason. Now, we're not saying you can smoke bad drugs or commit any other serious offenses without repercussions.

When we say you can do "what you want", we mean you can absolutely choose to ride in the back of a pick-up truck. Don't want to wear a helmet when you're riding a motorcycle? You don't have to do that either.

Speaking of motorcycles, there's one law people seem to be divided on

The Boise Police Department recently shared a post highlighting an alarming statistic about motorcycles in Boise.

"Since January 1st there have been 16 accidents involving motorcycles in Boise," Boise PD shared in their post.

"As the weather warms up and dries out, more motorcyclists are on the road and we want to make sure everyone can safely get where they need to be!"

They go on to encourage both riders and non-riders to look out for one another and practice safe driving habits. One comment, however, brought up a law that some people don't feel is necessary.

"We need lane splitting. Any illegality at this point is just silly," the commenter wrote.

In case you're unfamiliar, lane splitting is when a rider navigates in between cars, usually in heavy traffic. It's one of the perks of owning a bike and something that's impossible to do in a standard vehicle.

Here's the thing - lane splitting is illegal in Idaho.

"As a rider, I would agree with this if it was understood that riders aren't free to do it at 20 and 30 over the speed limit," said another commenter.

Do you think lane splitting should become legal in Idaho or will it contribute to more accidents? Let us know your thoughts here!

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