TP: Yes, exactly. So, say you have an open road, and there’s a possibility that cars are coming up, when do you ride on this road? If you ride between 5 and 7am, you’re less likely to meet a car on the way down. And if you stay in your lane, you are also less likely to meet a car. If you enter a turn - I grew up in the mountains and I know that all the mountain people always cut corners - so, if I’m in California, I know the risk of meeting someone in my lane is very tiny. They don’t cut lanes if there’s a double yellow line in the middle. Especially like in the hills in Malibu, you have the nice canyon roads, the really windy ones that we like to ride, and if you cross the double yellow line, you are dead. The car drivers know that, the motorcyclists know that, and the longboarders know it. In California, you stay in your lane. When you skateboard in Switzerland, you not only stay in your lane, you stay in the very very inside of the lane because you’re never really sure if a mountain driver might be coming up and actually driving right in your lane… even though there is a yellow in the middle.