Why is it that despite being smaller in number to car drivers, motorcyclists make up a disproportionately high number of serious injury and fatal accident statistics every year? One percent of road users are motorcyclists yet they make up nearly 10% of the total number of serious accident reports every year. The simple answer is size. Motorcyclists are one-third the width of a car and can be difficult for other road users to see. But "Sorry mate, I didn't see you!" is not a justifiable excuse for colliding with a vulnerable motorcyclist and while the onus is on other road users to be aware of everyone on the road, it's also up to motorcyclists to make themselves as visible as possible.

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