Everyone in America has a responsibility to share the road. This means motorists, bikers, cyclists, and pedestrians all have to learn to get along. Yet, each year thousands of bicyclists are injured and killed in motor vehicle accidents
on the road. Motor vehicle drivers are quick to point the finger, citing lack of bicycle safety or riding in the middle of the lane. Bicyclists, on the other hand, are quick to point out that motor vehicle drivers don’t always pay attention to them in the road or cut them off when they have the legal right-of-way.
So this begs the question: Who causes accidents more often: Cyclists or Motorcyclists?