Motorcycles are a great way to relax, unwind, and enjoy the road. You get connected to the road in a way that no other vehicle would. Unfortunately, such freedom comes with a price. Motorcycles usually don’t come with seatbelts, barriers, or airbags to protect the body from outside forces. This means the rider is left exposed to serious injuries during the accident and even after the collision.
One of the main reasons why motorcycle accidents tend to be serious is that motorcycles are much smaller than other vehicles, which makes them harder to see on the road. This is actually why the accidents could be serious and fatal.
In 2019, there were a total of 3,948 motorcycle crashes in Georgia, with 4,269 motorcycle accidents. The Georgia Motorcycles Traffic Safety Fact Sheet also found out that for every 100,000 registered motorcycles, there were 1941 crashes. The top counties with the highest rate of crashes include Fulton, Cobb, Bibb, and Gwinnett
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