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DMV urges motorcyclists/motorists to look out for one another

Summer has finally arrived and that means motorcycle season is in full swing. As such, the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is reminding Virginians, both motorcyclists and motorists, to look out for each other on the road.

“All drivers can help reduce the number of tragedies that occur on our roads, but it’s also important for motorists to understand the additional safety challenges faced by riders including visibility and protection,” said DMV Commissioner Gerald Lackey, the Governor’s Highway Safety Representative. “By raising awareness for motorists, we can work together to better ensure the safety of all motorcyclists on Virginia roadways.”

In 2022, there were 2,053 motorcycle-related crashes on Virginia roadways, resulting in the deaths of 111 riders and serious injuries to 762 others. This is an 8.8 percent increase in motorcyclist fatalities compared to 2021.

To help keep riders safe, DMV offers a few extra tips for both motorists and riders alike.

Tips for mot...

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