Causes of Accidents

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The 7 Biggest Contributors to Motorcycle Accidents as found by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

  1. Not knowing how to ride
  2. Skipping the owner’s manual and not knowing the basic operating controls
  3. Pushing your bike too far past its limitations
  4. Failure to use special precautions while riding
  5. Not driving defensively
  6. Overconfidence in braking and cornering skills
  7. Speeding