Late spring is one of the best times of year for motorcycle riders. The weather is finally consistently warm and everything is in full bloom, making for some very scenic and pleasant rides. But the roads are no less dangerous for motorcyclists during this season, especially if other drivers on the road aren't paying attention or are for some reason not fully equipped to handle their vehicles.
A tragic example is the motorcycle accident that happened a couple weeks ago in Highland County, Ohio, just east of Cincinnati. A motorcyclist in his early 60s and his wife, both of Hillsboro, were traveling south on Ohio Highway 73 on May 9 when their Honda motorcycle was struck head-on by a Chrysler minivan in Liberty Township. The driver of the minivan, a 91-year-old woman, was attempting to turn left when accident happened.
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