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Five Motorcycle Crash Facts
From The Husband and Wife Law Team Injury Prevention and Safety Division
- In motorcycle crashes, sixty percent of the time, motorists in other vehicles are at fault when they collide with motorcycles.
- Listed below are the primary body parts that are injured for nonfatal motorcyclists’ crashes and the percentage of time it happens:
- 30% - Leg and/or foot
- 22% - Head and/or neck
- 20% - Upper trunk
- 18% - Arm and/or Head
- 8% - Lower trunk
- 3% - Unknown and/or other body part
- A motorcycle traveling at 35 mph will take the motorcyclist 2.68 seconds to react, the motorcycle 2.06 seconds to brake, and 84.73 feet to come to a stop.
- A motorcycle traveling at 55 mph will take the motorcyclist 3.86 seconds to react, the motorcycle 3.24 seconds to brake, and 180.66 feet to come to a stop.
- A motorcycle traveling at 75 mph will take the motorcyclist 5.04 seconds to react, the motorcycle 4.42 seconds to brake, and 311.15 feet to come to a stop.
- $13, 926 for a rider who was wearing a helmet
- $20, 551 for a rider who was NOT wearing a helmet
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