Every day, motorcyclists get on their bikes to go to work, go for a ride, or head to a local business or home. While many get to their destination safely, others never make it home. Per NHTSA statistics, in 2014, almost 5,000 motorcyclists were killed and 92,000 were injured. Here are five shocking motorcycle accident statistics you need to know before you get on your bike. #1 – An Average of 4 out of 10 Motorcycle Riders Do Not Wear
Every summer, motorcyclists hit the roads. With more than 8.6 million registered motorcycles sharing the roads with cars and trucks, it’s not surprising to hear that 14% of all traffic fatalities involve a motorcycle. Helmets and leather apparel only help so much. What may be more surprising is that more than half of these crashes occur during the day. Motorcycles are often unnoticed by other drivers. Even with motorcycle drivers trying to make themselves visible to other traffic, the most
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