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Rexburg prepares for Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

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Gross said he tries to never look at his phone while driving. He said he makes sure to always look twice before turning onto a road and tries to be as safe as possible.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is supporting Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month by promoting “Share the Road,” a movement that encourages drivers to allow ample room for motorcyclists to ensure safer travel, according to their website.

Kassidy Stailey, a junior studying biology, said she tries to be a safe and cautious driver.

“Sometimes motorcycles come out of nowhere,” Stailey said. “I am always looking out for them.”

According to the Idaho Transportation Department, almost 50 percent of fatal accidents in the state involve another vehicle.

Garth Gunderson, BYU-Idaho’s director of security and safety on campus, encourages drivers to be cautious and aware. Although the department is not allowed to enforce traffic laws on or off campus grounds, they work closely with police to ensure safety.

“The University has a Memorandum of Understanding with the Rexburg Police Department that agrees that the police will enforce all traffic laws on campus and public streets,” Gunderson said.

'Rexburg prepares for Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month' has 1 comment

  1. August 27, 2015 @ 10:51 pm Clandes Motards

    Good move by Rexburg. Taking a class before selling off a bike can help in ensuring that the buyer is properly trained in riding a motorcycle. Motorcycling needs a lot of practice and all motorcycle riders must wear adequate protective equipments before going on their ride. The number of accidents caused due to distracted driving are increasing day-by-day and we need to take stringent actions against this. The motorcycle safety awareness month must be utilized to create more responsible drivers.


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