Motorcycle crash fatalities are 28 times more frequent than fatal passenger vehicle crashes.
We don’t say that to scare you. We say it to express how important safety is on your ride.
As many benefits as motorcycles have, the dangers are real. While you can’t control all your risk factors, there are things you can do to lower your risk of motorcycle accidents, especially as the holiday travel season approaches.
Tips for Avoiding Motorcycle Accidents
Before your next ride, keep these safety tips in mind.
1. Be Noticeable
One of the common ways motorcyclists get into accidents is when cars turn out in front of them. You can’t control the fact that other drivers don’t always pay attention, but you can take actions to make yourself as noticeable as possible.