One of the first pieces of advice people will give you if you decide to ride a motorcycle is this: Always wear your helmet. No matter how far you're going, no matter what state you're in, and no matter how safe you feel. Always wear it.
One of the most common types of motorcycle crashes happens when a vehicle turns left across your path. This can happen due to a combination of factors, primarily relating to (1) the small size and lack of visibility of a motorcycle and (2) the fact that many motorists are distracted and not paying attention to traffic around them.
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Take a few seconds next time you're driving to look around at the other motorists on the road. Where are their eyes? Are they watching the road or are they watching their cellphones? Chances are you'll see quite a few of them with their noses buried in an electronic device. Sure they're looking up to see what's going on quite a bit, but every second they spend looking at their smartphones is a second they're not paying attention.
In the modern era of stressed out drivers, many motorists opt to drive about five to ten miles over the speed limit on a regular basis. These drivers seem to think that pushing the speed limit like this makes their lives better.
Riding a motorcycle is a danger at any time of year, but the fall poses unique risks. As the seasons begin to change, weather conditions alter, road conditions change and drivers are less likely to be expecting motorcyclists on the roads.
When you're driving, one of the things you need to be cautious about is recognizing motorcyclists on the roads. Because of the size of their vehicles, they often appear to be moving more slowly than they are. This tends to result in crashes.
You were hit by a car, and the driver, fortunately, stayed at the scene. You've struggled to make peace with the fact that the driver didn't intentionally hit you because you've been left with severe injuries.
One of the injuries you may need to deal with following a motorcycle accident is road rash. Otherwise known as a friction burn and skin lacerations, road rash rips the skin off the body as it grinds against rough ground surfaces.
A motorcyclist was seriously hurt in a crash that took place on Interstate 25. According to news out of El Paso County, the Colorado State Patrol came to the scene near Widefield at around 10:15 p.m. The authorities were informed that at least three crashes had already taken place in the area in the southbound lanes near where the accident occurred.