Motorcycles inherently are more dangerous in comparison to cars. They account for only 3 percent of all registered vehicles with nearly 9 million motorcycles on the roads in and across the country. Yet they have a higher number of accidents resulting in fatalities and severe injuries.
The most common causes for motorcycle accidents in the US include left turns, speeding, driving under influence and motorcycle defects. If the rider is not wearing a helmet and experiences an accident, it puts them at a high risk of brain injuries such as TBI.