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sounds like a prefectly valid excuse to me. That is of course assuming the lane is in good repair.

A green lane is a public road, but given that you won't be driving at normal road speeds does that route still represent a saving of time?

Consider that it'll likely single track which will take time if you need to pass anyone. Also does the lane serve a farm, or pass close to houses that you may upset by daily use? Can its surface sustain daily use without being damaged?

Green lanes need responsible use. They are precious resources that have armies of folk trying to stop us using them, so just make sure you don't give them additional ammunition against us.

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