While there are many scenarios that can lead to fatal motorcycle accidents, some are more common than others. According to the Insurance Institute For Highway Safety Highway Loss Data Institute, motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in an accident than those traveling in passenger cars, SUV’s and trucks.
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Because of the high risk of accidents and serious injuries, the tendency to remain on guard while riding a motorcycle is a huge step toward avoiding motorcycle accidents and injuries. Unfortunately, despite anticipating obstacles and potential accidents, numerous motorcyclists are hurt or killed in motorcycle accidents each year.
Most motorcyclists do not think about the dangers of the road when they hop on their bikes for a relaxing evening ride or a daytime zip across the city. Sadly, though, the chances of making it back home without injuries is definitely something to think about as you gear up to ride a motorcycle.
With so much going on, it is not surprising that learning how to ride safely takes a significant amount of time. Fortunately, there are some steps that new motorcyclists can take to reduce their risk of involvement in an accident while they develop their skills, some of which are discussed below.
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