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How do I avoid cars turning left in front of me on a motorcycle?

One of the most common and dangerous accidents involving motorcycles occurs when a car turns left in front of the bike. This type of accident can cause a motorcycle rider to dump their bike and go skidding across the roadway. It can lead to serious injuries and even death. So, how do you avoid cars turning left in front of your motorcycle?

One of the best things you can do to prevent one of these accidents is to monitor your speed and adhere to the posted limit. As you approach an intersection where a car can turn left in front of you, it's best to slow down and operate the bike at speeds lower than the posted limit.

Try to identify the other vehicles in the vicinity of the intersection. Make eye contact with the ones that could make a left turn in front of your motorcycle. Once you make eye contact, you need to look at the front tire of the vehicle and see what it is doing. The front tire is a big indicator of the vehicle making a turn or going straight.

Should you need to perform an evasive maneuver because a vehicle is turning left in front of you, it is best to perform such an action at slow speeds. This is especially true if you need to swerve out of the way of another vehicle.

Motorcycles have horns. Use it when needed to alert other vehicles of your presence.

As you can see, it is possible to prevent a motorcycle accident in Ohio where a car makes a left turn in front of you. It's also important to monitor vehicle traffic and try to anticipate what other cars are going to do when near your motorcycle.

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