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What are the biggest crash risks for motorcycles?

Posted by Soholm Law Firm | Sep 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you ride a motorcycle in Washington, it is essential that you understand the risks of this mode of transportation. There is a higher chance that you will get into an accident on a motorcycle and that the injuries sustained will be severe or fatal than if you are in another type of vehicle. There is no denying that this type of transportation is the riskiest, so you need to find ways to avoid accidents. Identifying crash risks can help with that.

Forbes explains that many of the risks associated with motorcycle accidents are fixable. Looking at the biggest risk factor is such accidents, turning left, it is easy to see how improved detection systems would help reduce the possibility of a crash in this situation. If vehicles can more easily see a motorcycle, then they are less likely to crash into it.

Furthermore, loss of control is another factor leading to accidents. Stability control can help with this. It gives you more control over your bike, so you are less likely to lose control and crash. In addition, a crash warning system could also help in such a situation. Anti-lock brakes are a great example of how the motorcycle could improve to help increase stability and control, thus preventing accidents.

In general, adding systems to a motorcycle that are already available in cars could go a long way towards improving overall bike safety. These systems help prevent many accidents for vehicles, so they can do the same for motorcycles, which would help increase your safety when riding. This information is for education and is not legal advice.

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