The Texas Department of Transportation is educating drivers on how to prevent collisions with motorcycles.
The agency's "Share the Road" public awareness campaign urges drivers to look twice for motorcycles
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In a victory for motorcyclists, Virginia
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal safety officials called on states Thursday to require all motorcycle riders to wear helmets, citing a surge in fatalities since the late 1990s.
Motorcycle deaths have
Baltimore: In research that may surprise off-road riding enthusiasts and safety experts, a Johns Hopkins team has found that crashes involving ATVs — four-wheeled all-terrain vehicles — are significantly
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The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) told a congressional panel
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PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- In what can only be considered good news for motorcyclists, federal
Car companies are heralding the day when the industry produces a "zero fatality" automobile. That's right, aside from a meteor falling on you while driving down the expressway, the automobile industry