My cousin Roger was in a motorcycle accident the summer he turned 18. He is now a paraplegic and his girlfriend who was riding with him died. My nephew hit loose gravel went out of control, layed the bike down was sliding down the highway and hit by on oncoming vehicle - dead, on Father's day a few years ago my husband and several friends went for a highway ride, one of the riders went out of control and fell - dead. My best friend's husband driving in the city crashed - dead. Then the son of a neighbor, last month, while riding his dirt bike hit a bump that thrust him into a tree - dead. This is enough evidence for me. My husband who is an experienced rider of 30 years layed his bike down on a county road two years ago at a low speed due to some loose gravel. He only tore up his pants and cut is arm and leg but that tells me they are dangerous to all.
Don't ride a motorbike!! They ate constant death machines and have caused 42% more injuries and 27% more deaths than cars!! Itdps stupid how some people ride them to be cool. We'll let me ask you something, is dying cool then?? Hmm?? Just think about the amount of danger you are causing to yourself
It is dangerous because cars have built in safety features that help keep a driver and its passengers safe where a motorcycle does not have them. Also a car has more protection with additional space between seats, passengers and all around in the enclosure. I would always prefer the safety of a car over a motorcycle.
Motorcycle safety is a problem for motorists. Motorcycles travel at the same speeds of cars without offering the protection of an enclosed shell, thus put motorcyclists for risk of series injury or even death if they do not take the proper safety precautions. Riders should always wear a helmet as well as protective clothing or padding.
Motorcyclists get injured worse in 2 vehicle accidents than any other group. Most 2 vehicle m/cycle accidents are NOT the riders' fault, but are commonly because the driver "didn't see" the bike. They are smaller, and usually dark, and so harder to see, but many drivers minds are elsewhere than on the task of driving safely. Single vehicle accidents with bikes are often uneventfull, and unreported, but a few are more serious, and are reported. Riders do not have much protecting material to shield them from a crash, where a driver has airbags and crumple zones for safety. Generally, if a rider has an accident, he will be hurt worse than the same accident with a car, or that is the perception, though the truth can be different, case by case. Certainly, riders have to be afraid of drivers being careless or evil, as they can't easily push their weight against a car and win.
I can say for a 25 year old male, i do own a ducati superbike 899 panigale. Needless to say it is very dangerous. I drive it with great caution to myself and those around me, also as a commuter owning a 2012 Nissan 370z nisimo coupe 6 speed manual. I know alot about driving and about cars and bikes, my first car was a 2000 toyota celica GTS my first bike was a 1975 750 honda police special given to me by my dad. I have an extreme passion for anything thats fast and thats what makes motorcycles dangerous, they have extreme acceleration rates making them the most dangerous vehicle on the road.
I think that it is dangerous to drive a motorcycle. They are so small and harder to see than a regular car is. Even if you know how to drive one I feel like it is dangerous, especially when you drive it on the highway. I feel like a lot of people do not have respect for the people driving a regular vehicle, and people often drive up on people tales on a regular basis. I especially believe that it is dangerous for motorcycles to be driven on the highway. Personally, I do not believe that a motorcycle should be banned from people that know how to drive one, but they are very dangerous in my opinion. On the back roads and roads that are not the highways, I feel that they are not as dangerous. However, there should be very strict guidelines for people that want to drive a motorcycle. I have always been a bit scared for these people that drive these little vehicles on the road, but hey if that's their choice then that's their choice. Motorcycles should not be illegal, but there should be stricter guidelines and policies on who can operate one and where it can be driven. Though, if you think about it that could limit their freedom, however if it is for their protection then I am all for limiting people's rights when it comes to driving a motorcycle. Anyone have anymore interesting insight?
There's a joke going around about motorcyclist being "organ-cycles", that is organ donors. The chances of them getting into a fatal accident is high, they can get flung out of their vehicles easily and it will have devastating impact on their head. They often end up brain dead in an accident, and where do they go? The organ transplant room.
Your lung is very very useful to another.
Because mostly people driving motor cycles are in speeds. Actually there were no safe people mostly, people who drive motor cycles die when they have an accident or something. Mostly people agree driving motor cycle is dangerous even though if they wear helmet right? Motor cycle have no safety cover in it to help the driver to keep him/her safe, especially when they are drunk. More than half of the people percentage who ride or drive motor cycles are male and everyone know that males are likely to be drunk, of course especially in night it is quite dark and if they are drunk, you know what will happen right? Obviously, motor cycle make more accidents than cars. Recently as a research of some countries; they say that there are 30 time more deaths of motorcycle accidents than car accidents.
You all know this debate! I'm on the car's side for polluting, space, and loudness reasons!
First of all the motorcycle pollutes more than a car. The website WIRED says motorcycles pollute more than SUVs, that's a lot for one person! Another reason is motorcycles only hold up to 2 people, cars can hold up to 7 or normally 5. Finally, cars are not loud compared to motorcycles roar. When you are riding a motorcycle it is as loud as 100 decibels! That's as much as a handheld drill! In some countries such as Canada or the USA people have to put mufflers on their motorcycle! When you put it all together a motorcycle is loud, pollutes more just for one or two people! Cars on the other hand, do the opposite, they are not loud, don't pollute a lot and have more space. I like cars better than motorcycles because of those reasons. Finally, motorcycles are less safer than cars.
I don't think that motorcycles are more dangerous than a car or a bicycle, if you know how to drive motorcycle and being a responsible person, it wouldn't be dangerous.
Of course, if you get drunk and drive a motorcycle at maximun speed, of course will be dangerous, but, is the same danger that you can have while driving a car being drunked or other vehicle.
So, in my opinion, motorcycles are not dangerous. (They don't bite)
In a car it is very easy to get distracted by your phone or the radio, and chating to people in the car. You are separated from the outside. When are on a motorcycle you have one thing to focus on, driving. Motorcyclists are statistically not the cause of most accidents, that's why it's inexpensive to insure them.
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Motorcycles have the same risk as others. People on cars are more likely to crash if the have been drinking. People in cars can still crash into things if they have their license and know how to drive. Motorcycle users have to be trained and have to have a license so there is exactly the same risk
Riding a motorcycle is fun and safe when you know what are you doing
I have been riding my Goldwing for a long time and long distant. Its different if you ride in the city or highway alone or as a raid with many motorcycle with you.
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On a motorcycle it is easier to be proactive than driving.
There are fewer distractions such as mobile phones,radio or other passengers. Statistically on a motorcycle you're twenty times more likely to be killed or injured in an accident than a car driver.That doesn't mean that you are more likely to be in an accident in the first place. You can choose to be more careful and to exercise options you wouldn't otherwise have in a car such as putting yourself either side of the lane and easily changing lanes. Unlike other pursuits that are perceived has being dangerous motorcycle riding has a purpose to it for transportation.
Motorcycles don't have more accidents only more injures when there are accidents. You can be proactive on a motorcycle and do your best to avoid collisions. You have much less chance of killing other people if you cause an accident with a motorcycle than a car. Motorcycles are useful compared with other dangerous activities like smoking or skydiving.
High speed crashes often come with many consequences. One may be loss of life. The others may be loss of your license, getting your bike impounded and getting screwed by dad at home and then getting grounded. As a teenager, nothing is scarier than getting screwed and grounded. If you crash on a bike, you die and can't get grounded or screwed. Therefore, bikes are safer.
I want a motorcycle and they make you feel free i definitely advise you to were protective gear and watch out for dumb drivers and animals. Do not
ride under the influence. Don't act like a daredevil wait till you can get an appropriate place to stunt and save high speeds for the track.
It is a fact that riding a motorcycle is very dangerous, but there are safer ways to ride one. For example, Spyders is a type of motorcycle. It's easier to drive, very much bigger than a regular motorcycle, comes in very bright colors, and you don't need experience to ride a Spyder. 27% of spyder owners are women, 26% of spyder owners are beginners. VERY GREAT VEHICLES! TRY IT OUT!