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Most dangerous states in which to be a motorcycle rider

Riding a motorcycle is one of the most exhilarating hobbies you can have in life. The speed, power and ability to maneuver at the drop of a dime all play into the excitement. But, this hobby can also be extremely dangerous, even for the most seasoned riders. Riders have to take extra safety precautions to prevent accidents on the roads of Redondo Beach. Let's take a look at the most dangerous states in which to be a motorcycle rider.

As of 2017, there were a total of 955,293 registered motorcycles in the state of California, which is two times the number of registered bikes in the state of Texas. Despite having double the registered motorcycles, California has seen fewer accidents involving bikes in the past few years compared to Texas.

The state hit a record in 2013 with more than 11,700 motorcycle accidents. These accidents resulted in 480 deaths. The numbers are still high in California even though the state has universal helmet laws in place. These laws require all motorcycle riders to wear helmets when on a bike, no matter their age. Other states have helmet laws that only encompass riders of a certain age.

The list of dangerous states in which to be a motorcycle rider named California at number three behind only Florida and Texas. Pennsylvania and Ohio rounded out the top five states after California.

California is one of the most dangerous states for motorcycle riders. The sheer volume of vehicles on the roads plays a direct role in this danger. Keep yourself safe each time you go for a ride in Redondo Beach.

Source: Consumer Safety, "What State Has the Most Motorcycle Accidents?," May 09, 2018

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