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  • Accident Report: Motorcycle And Car Collision In Lewiston, ID As he was stopped southbound on 21st Street in the center turn lane waiting to make turn into Taco Bell, he suddenly became aware of MG traveling northbound on 21st Street entering the turn lane. GB frantically flashed his high-beams attempting to get GB’s attention, but was unsuccessful. He was forced to jump off his motorcycle at the last moment prior to MG crashing into it head on.
  • 3 Wheeler Tips Great safety tips for those people who love getting outside and riding three wheeler recreational vehicles.
  • STATE MOTORCYCLE OPERATOR LICENSING – 2008 This Cycle Safety Information Sheet summarizes state motorcyclist licensing procedures. This information was obtained from each state's drivers' licensing agency and from other available source documents.
  • Cycle Safety Information This chart provides information about rider education programs in states which have legislated programs. The Legislative Provisions section only includes major provisions included in each state’s law as of December 2009.
  • TCLOC Motorcycle Inspection Checklist TCLOC Motorcycle Inspection Checklist. Includes what to check and what to look for when you are checking each item.
  • You and Your Motorcycle Riding Tips This 86 page pdf file has been produced by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
  • Equipment Requirement Chart Equipment Requirement Chart produced by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation
  • What you should know about motorcycle helmets. What you should know about motorcycle helmets, including what helmets do for you, how and why helmets work, and tips on choosing a helmet for you.
  • Crash Statistics Fatally Injured Motorcycle Operators by License Status l Seattle Attorney On an average, in the past five years (2002 to 2006), one-fourth (25%) of motorcycle operators fatally injured in fatal crashes were operating their motorcycles with invalid licenses (either did not have the license or did not have an endorsement) compared to about 15 percent for fatally injured passenger vehicle drivers. This data is from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS).