Crashes Death on the Road

Discussion in 'Travelling, Commuting & Safety' started by will_start, Apr 10, 2010.

  1. will_start

    will_start Member

    Last edited: Apr 10, 2010

  2. robin bird

    robin bird Member

    Every time i go out i pray for a safe ride then drive defensively--it only takes 1-2 seconds for tragedy
  3. Skyliner70cc

    Skyliner70cc Active Member

    We had a motorcycle cop killed last summer. He was rearended by a cager at an intersection. No one is 100% safe out there. I drive offensively and have a M249 SAW mounted on my bike and blow away potential hostiles before they can do me harm :)
  4. Ethan F. Curtis

    Ethan F. Curtis New Member

    Some people drive aggresive some defensive this is why there are accidents in the first place. I dont think you can do anything to change this, i think its just being at the wrong place at the wrong time thats why there are serious accidents.
  5. tjs323626

    tjs323626 Member

    It is insane the way many of the cagers drive. They act as if we are invisible. About a week ago a PU truck stoped at a stop sign then pulled out right in front of me. I came just short of laying the bike down as he finally stopped (in my lane) and I got arround him. I used to carry a 45 auto where ever I went but, I had to stop that. I couldn't afford the ammo any more! My thoughts and prayers go out to the ones who have suffered from this loss.
  6. WhizBangAndy

    WhizBangAndy Member

    So Skyliner that M249 affect your balance when firing???LOL

    Must be a bear to reload while riding..:jester:

    Sometimes I mentally annihilate peeps who just don't have a clue while trying to text, eat a cheeseburger and speed down my street @ 50+ (my street is a 25 MPH zone) Fortunately with some anonymous phone tips I see a lot more of our local constabulary keeping their quotas up. :rolleyes7:

    Downfall is that I can blow the cobwebs out of my 66cc HT even less now..:icon_cry: