June 7, 2012
As the weather gets warmer, more motorcyclists will be hitting the road, so ICBC is asking all drivers to use extra caution and courtesy in sharing the road.
On average, each year in the B.C. there are 2,200 crashes involving a motorcycle or moped resulting in 1,500 injuries and 42 deaths.
Motorcyclists are eight times more likely to be killed and over 40 per cent more likely to be injured in a crash than other road users. ICBC wants everyone to safely get to where they're going. The following information bulletins were issued offering tips to help drivers and motorcyclists share our roads safely.