Unless the travel lane is large enough to allow you to pass with at least 1 metre of space between you and the person on the bicycle, passing requires moving into another lane. Ensure that the pass may be done safely and legally. Anyone on a bicycle may choose to “take” or occupy the lane to discourage passing when it is not safe to do so, to avoid road hazards, or to prepare for a left turn. Bicycles should not pass vehicles on the right unless a bike lane is present, and should do so with caution. When passing parked vehicles on a bicycle, allow at least 1 metre of space yourself and the vehicle so as to avoid the “door zone”.