Or point out a m/c is not like a tank or 18 wheeler so often cage drivers do not take note of a m/c rider PLUS that cage drivers cannot judge the pace, slow or fast, of m/cs.
There are a maze of things your can mention.
Probably you could point out when it comes to a 'fender bender' of a cage not noteing the m/c situations are entirely different for cage to cage means the two get out of their vehicles compare DL to insurance & such, but the m/c is on its side, badly damage & good change the rider was hauled off to the emergency ward of the hospital. EVEN though the cage driver was, as so often, in the wrong of not noticing the m/c rider at the time--as so many cage drivers suddenly realized even though they are not in the correct lane they will make said left turn creating the accident with the m/c being in the correct lane & NOT prepared for someone to hope over said two lanes. Man it is endless the wrongs we can pick up for some of us have been around longer then many cage drivers & yes riding m/cs---myself being a driver/rider for 61 yrs & not once had I had an automotive accident, but often accidently forced off the road or INTENTIALLY, or finding a cage on MY lane comming at me & only alternative for me to possibly surevive is hit the ditch, or shoot off to the left of a farm or whatever often incountering the fence. In most casses the cage driver will try to scoot along being obviously a Hit & Run incident as the rider is DOWN.
Last edited by Smitty; 09-12-2007 at 12:39 PM.