Did you know that 75% of all motorcycle accidents involve a car or that 67% involve a car driver who fails to see a motorcycle? For most motorcycle accidents, it takes two. It’s no surprise that riding a motorcycle is dangerous: fatality rate per mile driven is 35 times higher than when in a car! Only 25% of motorcycle accidents don’t involve cars, typically slide out on turn from inexperienced riders. So if most motorcycle accidents are caused by car drivers not seeing motorcycles, what can we do?
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