Typically, a motorcyclist suffers severe injuries in an accident. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, motorcyclists are nearly five times more likely to die in an accident than individuals riding in a vehicle.
A variety of factors explain why motorcycle accidents are often so severe. One of the main reasons for the severity of bikers’ injuries is that motorcycles do not offer riders any kind of protection. When a motorcyclist gets hit from any direction, the impact is likely to knock them off the bike and onto the ground—leaving them at risk of being run over by another motorist.
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