May is National Motorcycle Safety Awareness month, which is the perfect time to review motorcycle laws. There are over 6.2 million motorcycles registered in the United States, and almost 80 percent of the accidents involving motorcycles result in injury or death.
A early rash of motorcycle deaths on Southwestern Ontario roads has provincial police bracing for another deadly season. Four motorcyclists, including a London woman, have died on OPP-patrolled roads since April.
A motorcycle ride to honor fallen Unified police officer Doug Barney will be conducted Sunday. Proceeds from the charity ride will benefit the Volunteers of America - Utah's new Youth Resource Center.
The Pennsylvania State Police will hold a motorcycle run Sunday, May 22, beginning and ending at Lenape Vo-Tech, Chaplin Avenue, Ford City. Registration is from 9 to 11 a.m., when the ride begins. Coffee and doughnuts will be provided. A cookout begins at 1 p.m.
The statistics tell the story: 84 Ontario drivers have been charged with street racing in 2015 and 46 more in the first four months of 2016. The charge is “stunt driving,” and it comes with a mandatory seven-day driver’s license suspension and a seven-day vehicle impound—no questions asked.
TOLEDO, Oh. (WNWO) — While "Motorcycle Awareness Month" doesn't technically start until next month, the Toledo Police Department held a safe driving demonstration to kickstart the effort.
Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies have taken part in the National Police Chiefs’ Council’s (NPCC) Motorcycle Week of Action, held between Monday 21 to Sunday 27 March.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) - The Bureau of Crimes Against Persons will not seek charges on the driver of the minivan involved in an accident that took the life of a Patriot Guard Rider.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) - At Archway Memorial Chapel in Hazelwood, owner Kenneth McGhee had nothing but good things to say about the Patriot Guard Riders, a volunteer motorcycle group that escorts funeral processions for fallen service members.
Two of the leading Canadian companies that help veterans file reimbursement claims for medicinal marijuana say the spike in payments from the federal government over the past couple of years comes as no surprise.