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Crash Landing: When motorcycling goes wrong

CRASH LANDING: When motorcycling goes wrong Motorcyclists are roughly 38 TIMES MORE LIKELY Motorcyclists are just 1% of total road traffic, but account for 19% OF ALL DEATHSONTHE ROAD. to be killed in a road traffic accident than car occupants, per mile ridden In 2013, Year-on-year sales of motorcycles have increased by 11.3 per cent and a 10.7 per cent increase compared to May 2014. . 331MOTORCYCLISTSDIED 30% motorcyclists are killed or injured every day at junctions 4,866 WERE SERIOUSLY INJURED AR A A in road collisions in Great Britain. Motorcyclist KSIS have fallen since 2008 when 493 motorcyclists were killed and 5,556 were seriously injured on Britain's roads. To reduce the number of accidents, injuries and fatalities on UK roads the government suggests that drivers: Anticipate the actions of others Position yourself in the safest and best place to maximise your visibility of potential hazards Wear correct safety clothing and a well fitting helmet which is tested to UK regulations ARE ALERT ANDOBSERVANT Can slow down and stop if the unexpected happens Take a 'lifesaver' glance over your shoulder before carrying out manoeuvres, so you know where others are and what they're doing Sources: For more information: Call 24/7 on 0800 157 1438 or you can visit Ć CLAIM LAWYERS INJURY COMPENSATION - 100% NO WIN - NO FEE

Crash Landing: When motorcycling goes wrong

shared by Budgetinfographic on Aug 09
Shockingly motorcyclists make up just 1% of the total traffic on the road but account for 19% of all deaths on the roads each year. And per mile ridden motorcyclists are roughly 38 times more likely t...


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