Motorcycle riders and drivers need to work together to share the road and prioritize safety to prevent motorcycle fatalities in Minnesota. Drivers can do this by always looking twice for motorcycles, especially at intersections and turns. Riders can do their part by wearing full, high-visibility protective gear, riding at safe speeds within their skillset, and taking a training course to keep their skills sharp.
Visit the Motorcycle Safety Center to learn more about training and motorcycle safety.
Minnesota DPS Motorcycle Safety Program Coordinator Bill Shaffer shares his story after surviving a serious motorcycle crash involving deer.