The Dynamics Of Motorcycle Crashes

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The Dynamics Of Motorcycle Crashes: A Global Survey of 1578 Motorcyclists

The Dynamics Of Motorcycle Crashes: A Global Survey of 1578 Motorcyclists [1]

Precis

A sample of 1,578 motorcycle riders from 30 different countries answered a questionnaire which included 39 questions on much more than the typical parameters of crashes. Particular focus was put on questions most relevant to motorcycles like the use of protective equipment and assistance systems, in particular ABS.

The survey’s overall results highlight the relationship between speed, protective equipment, assistance systems and injuries, as well as how post-crash motions change the patterns of crash occurrence and injury outcome.

Relevance

Speed Limits

Personal Protective Equipment

Anti-Lock Braking Systems