Look for motorcycles - Although their riding season is not necessarily year-round, motorcyclists ride in all types of weather.
Check your mirrors and blindspots - Before making a turn or a lane change, check all your mirrors. Motorcycles are smaller
than four-wheeled vehicles and may be more difficult to see.
Signal your intentions - Always alert other motorists of your intentions. It is greatly appreciated.
Watch your turns - Many multi-vehicle crashes involving motorcycles are the result of the driver turning into the path
of the motorcycle. Left turns are particularly dangerous, because many drivers misjudge the speed of an oncoming motorcycle.
"When in doubt, wait it out."
Create some space - Skilled motorcyclist are safe operators. Give them room to maneuver and avoid tailgating.
Avoid driver distractions - Any activity inside a motor vehicle can distract the driver enough to cause a crash. Driving
is not a part-time job!
They're your neighbors - Motorcyclists come from all walks of life. Perhaps your neighbor, a co-worker or even a family
member rides a motorcycle. To learn more about people who ride a motorcycle, ask them.