Although motorcyclists only account for one percent of total road traffic, they make up just under 20 percent of deaths on the road in Great Britain.
Along with pedal cyclists and pedestrians, motorcyclists are vulnerable road users, as they have a higher crash and injury rate than vehicle occupants. This is because they do not benefit from all the protective features, such as seat belts, airbags and other impact protection features that vehicles offer.
RoSPA advanced drivers and riders (RoADAR) groups aim to share learning experiences between motorcycle riders, and the advanced motorcycle training RoSPA provides improves skills (such as anticipation) and awareness, which in turn helps to reduce the risk of collisions.
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