Motorcycle Accidents Archives

Get familiar with the roads to keep yourself safe

When you're on the roads, it's important that you do everything you can to share the roads safely. The last thing anyone wants is to get into an accident because he or she wasn't paying attention or because another driver, cyclist or pedestrian wasn't watching where he or she was going.

Various insurance coverages for motorcycles in Kentucky

When you realize the time is right to own a motorcycle, you should perform some research ahead of time regarding motorcycle insurance. It is required by law to have some form of coverage for your motorcycle in Kentucky, much like other motorists must have for their truck, van or car. Today, we will explain the various insurance coverages available for motorcycles.

Fall motorcycle riding tips in Jefferson

There are millions of people throughout Kentucky who love to spend time on the open roads on their motorcycles. Even though the seasons have changed from summer to fall with winter right around the corner, it doesn't mean that you have to stop riding your motorcycle. Here are some important fall motorcycle riding tips for the Jefferson community.

2 killed in motorcycle crash last weekend

Two people were killed in a motorcycle crash this past weekend in Anderson County, according to multiple news reports. The two victims are from Franklin County. They were riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle on Friday, Oct. 6 when they crashed into an SUV on Glensboro Road.

What is lane splitting and is it safe?

Lane splitting is a well-known term used in the motorcycling community. For those not familiar with motorcycles, this term might not be as commonplace or familiar. So, what is lane splitting? Is lane splitting safe? These are two very important questions that we will answer for you today so you know how to protect yourself on your motorcycle.

5 Summer Driving Safety Hazards

With the amount of hazards that are associated with driving in the winter, you'd be surprised to hear that driving in the summer has its risks as well. From campers to constant road construction, here are the top five summer driving hazards that you should keep your eyes out for on the road.

1 Simple Rule to Safe Summer Driving

Most people have taken a driver's education class of some kind. Whether it's prior to getting a driver's license or after getting a ticket, driving classes offer a wealth of information on how to drive safely and defensively to avoid accidents. These can include things like how much distance you should leave between you and the vehicle in front of you to tips for appropriately navigating through roundabouts to how to drive in adverse weather conditions.

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