Freedom comes with a price, and the liberty that your motorcycle affords you comes at the cost of an increased risk of serious injury when you ride. Motorcycle accidents are frequent and potentially deadly, but if you pay attention to what is going on around you and respond proactively to a potential hazard, you may be able to avoid an accident that can result in death or serious injury.
Driving is a wonderful way for people to experience untold freedoms, explore new places, and build a sense of independence. Unfortunately, there are habits that a lot of drivers develop that are dangerous. You will find three such driving behaviors listed below, along with reasons that you should quit them immediately.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 are far more likely to be involved in traffic accidents than drivers who are over the age of 20. While it’s too ominous to say that your teenage driver will be in an accident at some point, you should still teach them how to drive safely and what they should do if they are ever in an accident.