Watch out for motorcycles


When driving in a car, drivers tend to look for other cars and trucks before changing lanes and making a maneuver on the road. To ensure safety, drivers must also get in the habit of looking for motorcycles.

Here are some tips to help drivers become more aware of motorcycles on the road:

Look: Because they are smaller, it might be harder to see a motorcycle than a car or truck. Train yourself to look more closely before changing lanes or making a maneuver on the road.

Anticipate: Motorcycles move differently than cars and trucks. Be an aware driver so you can react to motorcycles and anticipate their movements.

Respect: Give motorcycles the same respect you would a car or truck to ensure both of your safety.