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Join in Massachusetts' Motorcycle Safety Awareness Proclamation period, the last week of March through April 30th, as over 160,000 motorcycles come out of winter's hibernation and back on our roads, and

 
Check Twice – Save a Life, MOTORCYCLES are EVERYWHERE !!!!!

 
Texting while driving is not worth someone's life – drive attentive to your surroundings

 
WHEN MAKING LEFT TURNS – Before turning left, CHECK TWICE to ensure no motorcycle is coming. You're conditioned to look for oncoming cars and trucks, and it is easy to 'overlook' or 'look past' an oncoming motorcycle if you're not looking for one.

 
PULLING OUT – Before pulling out from a parked position, CHECK TWICE by turning your head and LOOKING for oncoming motorcycles. Motorcycles need more room and space than a car or truck to stop suddenly.

 
CHANGING LANES – Motorcycles can easily fit in the blind spots of your mirrors. Put your blinker on and CHECK TWICE by turning your head to LOOK to ensure there in no motorcycle in your blind spot before changing lanes.

 
SHARING A LANE - Don't try 'sharing' a traffic lane with a motorcycle. Even though a motorcycle is smaller than a car or truck, they are entitled to their entire traffic lane.
 

DON'T FOLLOW TO CLOSE behind a motorcycle. A motorcycle needs more space than a car or truck to stop. Keep a good distance behind a motorcycle, leaving enough room for you to stop.


 
Check Twice – Save a Life, MOTORCYCLES are EVERYWHERE !!!!