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  • Since motorcycles are smaller than cars, they can easily be hidden in a vehicle’s blind spot.
  • Perform a quick blind spot check over your shoulder to check for vehicles (including motorcycles) before changing lanes.
  • Motorcycles are smaller than cars, but their brakes allow them to stop faster than a car.
  • When you’re following a motorcycle, follow at least three or four seconds behind the motorcycle to avoid a collision in case the motorcyclist stops suddenly.

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