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Nearly 30 motorcyclists or their pillions are seriously injured or killed in road accidents every month. Most times, motorcycle accidents involve a car, a bus or a truck although there are also cases when collisions have occurred between two motorcycles.
A majority of motorcycle accident victims suffer badly. This is because, apart from their helmeted heads, they are unprotected. Against moving four-wheeled metal vehicles, they practically have no chance against injury.
While motorcyclists are urged to keep left unless overtaking, not to trail other vehicles too closely, not to attempt overtaking a convoy of vehicles, not to remain riding in a car’s blind spot, not to weave in and out of traffic and not to speed, many tend not to follow these suggestions. Hence, four-wheel vehicle drivers must make it a point to be extra vigilant when it comes to sharing the road with these two-wheelers.
Source: Traffic Police
Keep to the left unless overtaking, especially on expressways. Give way to pedestrians and other motorists even if you have the right of way.