Have you ever heard someone tell a motorcycle rider or a cyclist to wear bright clothes or a reflective jacket? Wearing something that stands out makes it easier for other drivers to see these small vehicles on the road.
A Chevrolet Corvette crashed into a farming truck on a Saturday morning in California, and it ended with the Corvette engulfed in flames on the side of the road.
The summer is a perfect time to get your motorcycle out and go exploring on California's beautiful highways.
You love the feeling of freedom that only motorcycle riding can provide, but there is an element of danger and the prospect of injuries. As a motorcycle operator, you are aware of your vulnerability as compared to motorists who have the protection of the steel framework of their vehicles.
Commuters often cheer when they see that speed limits have been increased on the roads they use most often, but should they be thrilled that they can legally drive a bit faster? Or should they be concerned that the higher speed limits are putting them and everyone else in serious danger?
One of the greatest dangers with semitrucks is a cargo shift while on the road. This can cause a truck to jackknife, lose control or roll over. An accident of this magnitude can impact numerous vehicles in the travel lanes around the semi, leading to injuries and even fatalities. Usually, these shifts happen because cargo is not properly loaded, not properly secured or not properly tied down.