Originally Posted by DAKEZ
Not when on a two lane highway it isn't. Being more to the fog line will help oncoming vehicles getting ready to pull out and pass a better chance of seeing you. (And give you a better chance of avoiding them if they don't)
One should NEVER adhere to ANY hard and fast rule about lane position when riding. Be fluid and be seen.
yes, i was referring to a double lane road, but failed to say that.
Riding on the line, in a double lane road allows you to be seen by mirrors of cars in front of you, and less likely to be missed by a shoulder check.
As like you said. Be where you can be seen.