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Motorcycle Awareness Tips and Statistics
Drive less distracted
Check your mirrors- WATCH YOUR BLINDSPOTS
Look twice - Look 3 times, look for single head lights, look for the rider.
Drive sober - Alcohol and Drugs increase the risk of an accident.
Don't tailgate - give room to react and slow down.
Use turn signals- give motorcycles time to react to your moves
Wear proper gear
Ride defensively- some of our roads have major blind spots when pulling out, please watch for other drivers and other riders.
When checking traffic to turn at an intersection or into (or out of) a driveway, predict a motorcycle is closer than it looks.
Motorcyclists often adjust position within a lane to be seen more easily and to minimize the effects of road debris, passing vehicles, and wind. Understand that motorcyclists adjust lane position for a purpose, not to be reckless or show off or to allow you to share the lane with them.
When a motorcycle is in motion, see more than the motorcycle – see the person under the helmet, who could be your friend, neighbor, or relative.
Nearly half (about 42%) of all accidents involving a motorcycle and another vehicle occur when a car makes a left turn.
Other motorists are at fault for 60% of accidents involving a motorcycle and a four-wheel vehicle.
There are roughly 600 motorcycle deaths in Florida each year.
Almost half of all motorcycle fatalities involved an alcohol-impaired motorcyclist. DRIVE SOBER!! Dont drink and Ride.
Studies show that 40% to 45% of all riders killed in motorcycle crashes had been drinking
Approximately 244 motorcycle riders are injured a day in the US.
There are roughly 10,000 motorcycle accidents per year in the US, and more than half involve another vehicle. Slow down and pay attention to your surroundings.