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6 Motorcycle Safety Tips

Texas motorcycle accident statistics shed light on the alarming level of death and injuries yearly and the legal implications of accidents of this nature.

A motorcycle is a fun two-wheeled vehicle beloved by several people. However, as fun as it is to operate, it is prone to traffic accidents. When motorcycle accidents occur, the motorcyclist would likely suffer severe injuries or death. There are very few instances where motorcycle riders suffer minor wounds. 

1.Passenger car drivers must allow greater following distance behind a motorcycle.
2.Drivers also must show extra caution in intersections. Most crashes occur when a driver fails to see a motorcyclist and turns left in front of a motorcycle.
3.Drivers should never try to share a lane with a motorcycle. Always give a motorcycle the full lane width.
4.Motorcyclists should avoid riding in poor weather conditions.
5.Motorcyclists should position their motorcycles to avoid a driver's blind spot.
6.Motorcyclists must use turn signals for every turn or lane change.

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