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  • How common are motorcycle deaths compared to car accidents?

  • In 2019, motorcyclists accounted for 14% of yearly traffic-related deaths. Per vehicle miles traveled in 2019, motorcycle deaths happened almost 29 times more commonly than passenger car occupant deaths in traffic accidents.

  • Are bikes more likely to crash than cars?

  • Bikes aren鈥檛 as stable as cars, and rides often lack the protection a car driver has. For this reason, bikers are more likely to be killed or at least injured in a crash. U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) claims that motorcycles are more likely to be involved in crashes than cars.

  • Are cars safer than motorbikes?

  • Although cars are generally considered safer than motorbikes, there is still a risk of being involved in a fatal accident for drivers and passengers. The number of cars involved in fatal road accidents has dropped significantly since 1995, when there were more than 30,000.

  • What are the most common causes of car and motorcycle accidents?

  • There are many possible causes of car and motorcycle accidents, ranging from driver distraction to mechanical fault. Speeding is one of the most common causes of accidents and has been considered a contributing factor in one third of accidents in the past 20 years. In 2019, speeding contributed to 26% of all road accidents.