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19-year-old Texas man dies in motorcycle accident

Motorcycle riders are often part of a larger, tight-knit community of like-minded people who may ride together, exchange motorcycle knowledge and generally share their passion for biking. Unfortunately, because of their smaller size relative to other motorized vehicles and the fact the driver is not surrounded by metal, motorcycles perhaps tend to be involved in more collisions than other types of vehicles. Recently, a Texas man was killed in a motorcycle accident, and now his family and friends are wondering if a change in road signs at the intersection at which the crash occurred may have made a difference.

Motorcycle accident on Texas road results in fatality

Many Texas residents own and enjoy a motorcycle, whether as a part-time hobby or as their main mode of transportation. Although these vehicles can certainly be fun to drive, unfortunately, motorcycle drivers are typically more vulnerable to injury than drivers of other vehicles, such as cars and trucks. Although the cause is unclear at this point, several people were recently involved in a motorcycle accident that included a pickup truck; sadly, the motorcycle driver did not fare well.

Motorcycle accident may have been caused by intoxicated driver

A motorcycle can be a fun and invigorating way to travel. However, although this mode of transportation appeals to some, motorcyclists need to pay special attention when riding. Because these vehicles are typically much smaller than most other types of motor vehicles, they may not be as easily seen. Even the most careful riders may find themselves in a motorcycle accident, and the damage may be significant to both the motorcycle and the operator. Such was the case in a recent accident in Texas.

Family loses a father in a motorcycle accident

It is not uncommon to see bumper stickers and window signs in cars in Texas, warning drivers to be on the lookout for motorcycles. Particularly in the summer and early fall, they really are everywhere. They can be difficult to spot and so can be involved in a motorcycle accident in the blink of an eye.

Texas motorcycle accident leaves one dead, several injured

Traffic conditions can change in the blink of an eye, and no one may know this better than a motorcyclist. Debris in the road, poor weather conditions or road construction can all require an operator to act quickly to avoid a motorcycle accident. Sometimes, it is not always possible to get out of the way of a hazard, especially when a rider is suddenly in the path of another vehicle. Several Texas motorcyclists experienced this terrifying event on a recent Saturday night, and the result was tragic.

Tips to avoid becoming the victim of a motorcycle accident

Authorities say they see an increase in motorcycle crashes between the months of April and June and again in September and October when more riders are out enjoying the warm weather. One person dies every day as the result of a motorcycle accident on Texas roads. The Texas Department of Transportation urges drivers to look twice for motorcycles and always share the road.

2 dead after SUV versus motorcycle accident

Drivers in Texas and across the country need to be mindful at all times of other vehicles around them, especially motorcycles. When a motorcycle accident involving a larger vehicle occurs, the outcome is likely to be devastating for the motorcycle driver. One fleeting moment of negligence on behalf of a driver in a regular-sized vehicle could be the difference between life and death for anyone on a motorcycle.

Fatality reported after tragic motorcycle accident

Texas roadways are no strangers to motorcycles. With a recent rise in the temperatures, many motorcyclists are hitting the pavement to enjoy the brief period of beautiful weather. With an increased presence of motorcycles on the roads, the likelihood of someone being involved in a motorcycle accident increases. Unfortunately, a local man lost his life over the weekend after his bike was struck by a vehicle.

Deadly motorcycle accident involving a teen in North Austin

It's no surprise that driving a motorcycle comes with a higher risk of injury than for those that travel by motor vehicle, especially when a teenager is in control. Teenagers or young adults tend to be oblivious of how dangerous a motorcycle can be, causing other motorists to be weary of them while traveling. In a recent motorcycle accident, in North Austin, a teenager was killed after trying to avoid contact with another vehicle.

Texas motorcycle accident leaves man critically injured

Every time the warmer weather rolls around, many media stations throughout Texas run motorcycle awareness campaigns to help remind motorists to share the road with these two-wheeled vehicles. Unfortunately, these campaigns are discontinued when fall approaches even though many bikers will continue to ride in spite of cooler weather and diminished daylight hours. As a result, motorcyclists may face an increased risk of being involved in a motorcycle accident that is caused by an inattentive motorist.

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