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What frequently endangers motorcyclists?

As a motorcyclist traversing the roads of Tennessee, you know that the roadway risks you face can be harmful or even potentially deadly. In order to protect yourself when riding, it's important to have an understanding of where your biggest threats are coming from.

Ride Apart takes a look at the objective dangers involved with riding a motorcycle, focusing on the issues that aren't within the control of the rider. These issues primarily revolve around visibility to other drivers, as well as the actions of those you share the road with.

Because of the small size, motorcycles can be hard to spot, especially for people in larger vehicles. There are ways that you can make yourself more visible, such as wearing reflective gear or having bright lights. However, it doesn't guarantee that a driver will see you, especially if they don't check their blind spots. In order to avoid being hit, you can try to limit the amount of time you spend in the blind spot of other drivers.

Weather can also pose a danger that you can't control. You're more susceptible to both the terrain and weather on a motorcycle, since it's a small and uncovered vehicle. This means that ice, sleet, snow, rain, and other dangerous conditions can not only make it harder for you to drive safely, but can amplify the dangers you usually face.

Unfortunately, even knowing the bigger sources of danger doesn't mean you can prevent every possible crash from happening. If you have been involved in a crash and suffered from an injury, consider contacting an attorney for more information about the possibility of compensation.

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