Monthly Archives: November 2017

What Are the Leading Causes of Motorcycle Accidents?

Motorcycle accidents are much more likely to result in serious injury or death compared to car accidents. This is due to the relative lack of protection afforded to motorcyclists. While protective gear can help, motorcyclists still risk serious injury when on the road. Here is a brief list of the most common causes of motorcycle… read more

Should the Chrysler Pacifica Be Recalled?

Should the Chrysler Pacifica minivan be recalled? The Center for Auto Safety seems to think so. The auto safety group recently petitioned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to issue a recall for the 2017 Pacifica due to problems leading to stalling. Over 50 people have complained about the issue. According to Fiat Chrysler,… read more

Could Trackers Be the Solution to Your Motorcycle Security Problems?

Not long ago, we talked about how motorcycle theft had gone up across the country. Luckily for U.S. riders, the increase is only marginal, however, the United Kingdom hasn’t been so lucky. With motorcycle theft rates soaring throughout Britain, security solutions have become something of a necessity, but a high-tech solution may bring a new… read more

Did Defective Fire Extinguishers Cause a Car Fire Death?

Have you ever bought a fire extinguisher online or at Walmart, Home Depot, Sears or other brick and mortar retailers? Well you may need to check to make sure you didn’t purchase a defective fire extinguisher. A new recall has stirred safety advocates all over the country and if you aren’t careful, the consequences of… read more

Will New Medical Research Unlock Treatments for Motorcycle Accident Victims?

He was young, physically active, and a father when his whole world changed. Coming home from the gym, this man was riding his motorcycle when an elderly driver suddenly crossed four lanes of traffic. The car and motorcycle collided head-on, and despite wearing his safety gear, the young father was paralyzed from the abdomen down.… read more

Are Baby Boomers Behind Rising Motorcycle Fatalities?

They are the generation of the ‘Easy Rider’, growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, baby boomers were partially defined by the motorcycle. These machines had been a symbol of the outlaw up until this point in history. It was then that the motorcycle became a part of the countercultural cool, and America’s largest generation… read more