If I can see a circular or rectangle line, I try to ride directly ON that line. Works 99% of the time. No magnets or anything needed.RonStewart said:Is it a big hunk of iron? If not, I doubt that it would work.
I read, but have not confirmed, that your best bet is to stop just inside the circle or rectangle of the sensing coil. Supposedly this will work better than the centre of the area.
Missouri just passed a similar law.hazegray said:According to the July 2006 issue of AMA's "American Motorcyclist" Idaho, Minnesota, Tennessee and Arkansas have now passed a law that permits you to proceed through an intersection "as soon traffic permits" if the signal fails to recognize the presence of your vehicle.
Sad to say, but if you ride you eventually have to get invloved state, local governments.
The good news is that is one the very active areas of the AMA.
Hazegray and underway