Bicycles offer a fun, cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to commute, unencumbered by the rising cost of gas or the hassle of rush-hour traffic. Unfortunately, riding a bike comes with inherent risks.
Riding a bicycle is a fun, healthy way for young kids to commute. It opens the door to new freedoms, but with that independence come certain responsibilities.
The vast majority of auto accidents in the United States are entirely preventable. The main cause? Human error.
Motorcycle accidents happen far more often than many people assume. In 2013, 4,668 bikers died and 88,000 suffered injuries in traffic accidents, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Although this is a tragic statistic, it does not convey the hardship faced by the victims’ families.