As warmer spring weather continues to move into the area, motorcyclists are looking forward to spending more time on the road. While this is one of the best times of the year to jump on your bike, don't do so until you take all the necessary safety precautions.
Road casualties are common across the nation, and North Carolina is no exception to it. A large number of people are killed or suffer serious injuries due to negligence on the part of other drivers. Examples of such negligence would include speeding, distracted driving, drunk driving, disregard to traffic rules and other similar acts.
Motorcycle accidents are a serious problem in North Carolina.
As we wrote about in a previous blog, motorcycle accidents continue to increase in North Carolina. Many Cary area residents enjoy riding a motorcycle and do so frequently when the weather is nice. But, occasionally a serious motorcycle accident occurs which can turn a family's world upside down.
Many residents of Cary and the surrounding Raleigh area enjoy riding motorcycles.
A 38-year-old motorcyclist died recently in Cary in a collision involving a car on U.S. Route 1. According to local police, the accident occurred during broad daylight and no reason was provided for the cause of the accident.
Many people in the Cary area own an ATV and enjoy using them on their property and ATV trails. ATVs are wonderful vehicles that can be used in many ways, from having fun to getting chores done. Most of the time people are able to use ATVs safely, but occasionally a serious accident occurs.
For both pleasure and for transportation needs, motorcycles are a great way to get around. Unfortunately, a motorcycle accident can occur, leading to tragic results.
Electric scooters have been popping up on street corners all over North Carolina. They are quickly becoming a fun and accessible way to get around town. But, with their ease of use and entertainment value, they can be dangerous and result in serious injuries.