In a research conducted on this type of vehicular accident, a glaring cause of accident is a situation where in other motorists can't see motorcyclist on the road at night. This can also be attributed to poor lighting on the road. In addition, according to the research, about 70% of the accident is caused by this situation. There are also other conditions that pave way to accidents such as speed problems, abuse of alcohol and bad road conditions.
As stated above, a bad road condition can take a bad toll on the motorcyclist. For instance, debris and manholes on the road can induce motorcycle accidents. When you are a motorcyclist, be careful when you see debris or impediment on the road. Report the scenario to the nearest police authority.
You may also be familiar with high level of alcohol intake as a main cause of accident. Drivers who have high alcohol levels are very prone to danger. Double that with motorcyclist because four-wheeled vehicles are safer to drive. Poor eyesight and disorientation may result from high levels of alcohol in the body and these are contributing factors to accidents involving drivers in general. If you are a motorcycle driver, it is better not to drive if you have high levels of alcohol in your body to avoid accidents on the road.
Other factors such as over speeding, aggressive driving and driver disorientation are also noted in the study. Bad weather, meanwhile, has a very low contributing factor. Again, don't be a negligent driver. Bear in mind that when you drive a motorcycle, be responsible not only for your safety but for the safety of other motorists.
Now that you know these main causes of motorcycle accidents, make sure to avoid them by being a responsible driver while you drive that exciting motorcycle on the road today!