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Careless or Reckless Cycling

 

Road Traffic Ordinance – Section 46

Careless cycling

(1) A person who uses or rides a bicycle, tricycle or multi-cycle on a road carelessly commits an offence and is liable to a fine of $500.

(2) A person uses or rides carelessly within the meaning of this section if on a road he uses or rides a bicycle, tricycle or multi-cyclewithout due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the road. (Amended 89 of 1994 s. 18) [cf. 1972 c. 20 s. 18 U.K.]

Road Taffic Ordinance – Section 45

Reckless cycling

(1) A person who uses or rides a bicycle, tricycle or multi-cycle on a road recklessly commits an offence and is liable in the case of a first conviction to a fine of $500 and in the case of a second or subsequent conviction to a fine of $1000 and to imprisonment for 3 months. (Amended 89 of 1994 s. 17)

(2) On the trial of any person for an offence under subsection (1) he may be acquitted of that offence and be found guilty of an offence under section 46. [cf. 1972 c. 20 s. 17 U.K.]

 

**IMPORTANT: The above information is provided for reference only and should not be considered legal advice. The government BLIS legal database at www.legislation.gov.hk contains the full text of all Hong Kong laws. **

4 Responses

  • Joseph Karl says:

    Hello, can anyone in HK help me? I am cycling from HK to Beijing.
    How do I get from HK to Mainland on bicycle? Thx for any help.
    I am riding July 17-Aug 26

  • leslie says:

    Hi, sorry if i posted in the wrong section of the website. I would like to ask if anyone here have any information on where the bicycles in Hong Kong, those that are left in the streets and is either unwanted or collected by the government, where does these bicycles end up in? i’m looking to get these bicycles and cut them up for making other bicycles. I’m not a fan in buying new bicycles, i prefer to get a broken bicycle that has no owner and is free for me to cut it up. Some bicycles are only rusted in some particular area, i would like to savage the still in god condition parts for my projects.
    I live near Sai Kung, if can, any scrap yard/ junk yard/ metal dump ect places near Sai Kung?
    Tnx
    By Leslie

  • Nick Andrew says:

    These bicycles are generally sold in large batches to the highest bidder. to find more information, it may be easiest to call 1832 (the government helpline).

    I hope that helps.



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