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Are motorcycles really that dangerous?
While that鈥檚 more than a 1 in 1,728 chance, there are some other statistics that do point to motorcycles being objectively dangerous. The fatality rate per registered vehicle for motorcyclists was six to seven times higher than the fatality rate for 鈥減assenger car occupants鈥?in 2014.
How common are motorcycle accidents?
According to National Highway Traffic statistics, in 2017 there were 59.34 fatalities per 100,000 registered motorcycles. This gives us a fatality rate of 0.59 percent. For injuries, the rate was much higher; there were 1018 injuries per 100,000 registered motorcycles.
What are the side effects of motorcycle accidents?
Injuries to the legs are also frequent 鈥渟ide effects鈥?of accidents. It is not that motorcyclists are irresponsible, reckless outlaws, as some would paint them (especially attorneys representing drivers who have hit them). Not at all.
Are motorcyclists more likely to die in a car crash?
But motorcyclist deaths have increased more than 27% over the same period from 105 to 134. Michigan motorcyclists were more than 17 times more likely than passenger-vehicle occupants to die in a car crash in 2018, based on vehicle miles traveled.