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Monday, 09 May 2016 14:40

Motorcycle safety on roadways

news feeds icon 150It's National Motorcycle Safety Awareness month, and now that the warm weather is back, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to watch out for those riding on two wheels.

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news feeds icon 150As the warm temperatures arrive more motorcyclists will be out on the road and local law enforcement and motorcycle activists want to remind drivers to look out for their two-wheeled counterparts. Over the last 10 years there have been 339 deaths on Utah's roadways, 36 just last year.  

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news feeds icon 150Summer is the time when traffic-related deaths tend to trend upward, and Utah agencies are teaming up to raise awareness about motorcycle safety. The Utah Highway Patrol and Utah Department of Transportation kicked off Motorcycle Awareness Month by sharing some safety tips.

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Monday, 09 May 2016 08:47

Gelber & O'Connell - Motorcycle Safety

news feeds icon 150May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Mont, so it this is an opportune time for us to discuss the issues facing motorcyclists in the Western N.Y. area, as well as the applicable laws. Herschel Gelber & Timothy O'Connell are branding themselves as car accident and injury law attorneys.

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MOTORCYCLE SAFETYThe wait is over. There will be motorcycle safety training in Thunder Bay, Ontario, this summer, meaning beginners won’t have to travel long distances for rider education.

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news feeds icon 150CHICAGO — As the days get longer, the urge to twist the throttle gets stronger. But before you get back in the saddle, take some time to be sure you and your motorcycle are ready.

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Motorcycle Safety Priority As weather conditions improve, motorcyclists will soon be out in force to enjoy riding during the spring and summer months. With an estimated 8.4 million motorcycles on the road as of 2014, according to the Federal Highway Administration, safety is a primary concern.

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news feeds icon 150SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - As the warm temperatures arrive more motorcyclists will be out on the road and local law enforcement and motorcycle activists want to remind drivers to look out for their two-wheeled counterparts.

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Officials urgeWith "Share the Road" signs lining the parking-lot entrance, and government officials gathered in the building, Hagerstown's branch of the Motor Vehicle Administration helped kick start Maryland Motorcycle Safety Month on Wednesday. Motorcycle fatalities in Maryland increased from 66 in 2014 to 72 last year, according to the MVA.

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news feeds icon 150As the weather continues to warm up, you're bound to see more motorcycles on the roads. You'll also see more female riders on two wheels. According to the Motorcycle Industry Council, the number of female cyclists is up 50 percent in the last 10 years. Right now, women make up about 14-percent of all motorcycle riders on the road.

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