Articles about Motorcycle Accidents

Overweight and drunk commuters may be rejected by the rider
Now that Angkas is readying its 27,000 rider-partners for the six-month pilot run that may happen in July this year, the ride-hailing company has laid down six restrictions on passengers to ensure their safety and comfort during the
This was designed with riders in mind
As a rider, do you use action cameras to monitor your daily rides? Motorcyclists often mount these compact and portable recording devices either on the top or on the side of their helmets, on the handle bar, or at the tail end
It's this simple: No training, no motorcycle
Enough is enough!With the drastic increase of motorcycle-related accidents in the country, Senator Joseph Victor 'JV' Ejercito has filed a bill in the upper chamber requiring a rider to first undergo a mandatory safety riding training.Dubbed as 'An Act
Is anyone automatically at fault?
If a car and a motorcycle figure in an accident, is the driver of the larger vehicle automatically accountable, even if the rider is clearly at fault?The driver of the larger vehicle is not automatically at fault or accountable to the
Violators face hefty fines, imprisonment
Some people find comfort in riding motorcycles or tricycles as mere passengers. For them, the backseat offers a good view, riding comfort and unlimited leg room. They think being a back rider is far more relaxing than a rider who struggles to
MMDA says this campaign will not be 'ningas cogon'
Giving us a sense of déjà vu, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is now saying it will strictly implement the motorcycle lane, zeroing first on EDSA, one year after it launched this campaign. With an average of 50 motorcycle-related
Motorcycle accidents becoming a threat to local tourism
Tourism in Siargao has been on a steady upswing in recent years, and that's impressive. Parallel to this is the number of motorcycle-related accidents involving both local and foreign tourists. This is depressing.With habal-habals-the local term for
'LTO is not happy with motorcycle industry boom'
Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante noted that the number of motorcycle-related accidents is increasing at a "very alarming" rate. And the LTO will not take this sitting down, he said."To tell you frankly, we at the LTO are
He was an advocate of safety riding
At around 6pm last December 31, JimFrancis Navarro said only "hi and goodbye" to his mother, brother and two sisters in their native home in Caloocan City. He was rushing to join his wife and two sons, aged 12 and 11, in
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