Ohio Highway Patrol Urges Caution Around Motorcyclists

Posted on August 28, 2012

A rise in motorcycle accident fatalities, from one in 2011 to six so far this year, has caused the Ohio Highway Patrol to advise riders to use caution whenever they head out on the road.  They’re also calling upon other motorists to pay close attention to the road, as most motorcycle accidents in the state are due to an error on the part of an automobile operator.  Drivers should look out for motorcyclists, and when one is spotted driving nearby, safe tactics should be followed to as to preserve everyone’s lives.

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