Motorcycles need as much space as vehicles, if not more. And motorcycle riders are much more exposed to the road than vehicle drivers. When we take the time to protect ourselves and fellow riders on the road, we do our part to make our roads safer.
You probably have family members, friends and neighbors who ride motorcycles. You probably also know how hard it is to see motorcyclists on the road. That’s why it’s so important to keep an eye out for motorcycles as you drive around town. Most crashes between passenger vehicles and motorcycles involve left turns at intersections. Motorcycles are narrow and can be tough to spot in traffic. Be an engaged driver and stay focused while you’re behind the wheel.
Be an engaged driver
Making the decision to be engaged while you drive will improve your safety and the safety of those around you. When you drive in the moment free from distraction, you can better anticipate what — or who — is ahead on the road. Be careful with: