On every motorcycle there's is a father, a mother, a brother, a sister, a daughter, a son or a friend who has people who love and care for them. They deserve to use the road and get home safely.
1.Allow motorcyclists a full lane width. Do not attempt to share the lane: a motorcyclist needs room to maneuver safely.
2.Never drive while distracted. Doing so can result in tragic consequences for everyone on the road, including motorcyclists.
3.Because of the smaller size, drivers can also misjudge how close a motorcycle is, and how fast it is going. This is especially true at intersections.
4.Know your blind spots! Perform a visual check for motorcycles by checking mirrors and blind spots at intersections and before entering or exiting a lane of traffic.
5.Never tailgate. In dry conditions, motorcycles can stop much more quickly than cars.
6.Don’t be fooled by a flashing turn signal on a motorcycle—it may not be self-canceling and the motorcyclist may have forgotten to turn it off. Wait to be sure of the rider’s intentions before you proceed.
7.Kindly share this message with others and help save lives. Thank you.