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Jon Ovalle May 5
Want to wish everyone a great Saturday with lots of riding. Be safe out there my friends!
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RENJ May 4
May the Fourth Be With You! Who is riding their motorcycle today???
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Amanda Dugan May 1
The month of May kicks off 🏍 remember to look 👀 twice for motorcycles 🏍! Do you ride a motorcycle? Want to share your experience sharing the road in Austin? Amanda.Dugan@kxan.com
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John Jack Hickey May 7
Motorcycle safety is no joke. According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, accidents are 37% more likely to be fatal to motorcycle riders than to drivers or passengers of cars. In honor of , do your part to share the road.
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The Florida Firm May 4
Motorcycle safety is a two-way street. Whether you're a driver or a rider, do your part to share the road to avoid life-threatening accidents.
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Diversified AB May 8
May is Look twice, save a life! Allow greater following distances behind a motorcycle Use extra caution at intersections
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St. Joseph Hospital May 5
Warm weather is here, and motorcyclists are hitting the road. May is . We encourage you to be vigilant about checking your mirrors and blind spots before changing lanes. Safety first!
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Car Stereo Shop Hartford May 22
May is motorcycle awarness month, please share and help spread awarness! Are you looking for the best Car Audio Installation & Electronics Shop in the Hartford, CT area? Give us a call today at (860) 95
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ܫܘܼܓܲܪ ܪܲܝ May 9
May is . That being said, I actually value and love my life very, very much. I've stopped counting the times I've almost been nearly ran off the road, swerved to avoid collisions, and almost died, because of people being totally unaware of their
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MATS UTC May 24
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness month. Check out these three life-saving lessons from Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) research for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
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Bruster's Car Wash North May 31
May is . Over half of all fatal motorcycle crashes involve another vehicle - and most of the time, the car or truck driver is at fault. As vehicle drivers, we have to know how to drive safely and with motorcycles.
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BiState Law Center May 21
As we start the new week we want to remind everyone to keep a look out for motorcycles on the road. Remember, motorcyclists are more exposed to road dangers than regular motorists. Be sure of your surroundings and make sure everyone arrives alive. #…
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Richard Wood KYL May 30
If you’re a , remember to not only look out for cars, but also watch for filtering in traffic. If you’re on your mobile phone, you’ll not only fail to see them, but you’ll also land yourself a hefty fine and points on your licence.
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Richard Tonihka May 1
May kicks off 🏍 remember to look 👀 twice for motorcycles!
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D2K Traffic May 22
There’s one little thing that motorcyclists need to think about before they ride off into the sunset: Construction season. Read our latest blog on for tips to keep you safe all year long.
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Elise Haas May 10
"Salute to Scoots," a ride to remember those we have loved and lost. Memorial ride coming up in June >>> 🏍️
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MSHP Troop F May 19
“I didn’t see them” are 4 deadly words. The majority of car-motorcycle crashes are caused by the car drivers, not by motorcyclists. Avoid blind spots by always turning your head to check in all directions.
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Jackson County, MO Sheriff's Office May 2
May is National Motorycle Awareness Month! Drivers and riders will be sharing the roadway with together. Please be safe and look out for one another!
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Lake Dallas Police May 3
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. With warmer weather, it’s time to remind everyone to be on the alert and to share the road with motorcyclists.
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Pinney Talfourd Law May 4
Did you know that May is ? Let’s face it - motorcycle riders are extremely vulnerable when out on the road. In an attempt to combat this, we run through some of the things you as a can do to ensure you're seen.
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