Have a look at the statistics and reality of 

Motorcycle deaths vs. car deaths

Typically, more people die in motorcycle 

accidents than in car accidents.

According to reports, Motorcycle deaths are

3 to 5 times more frequent than car deaths

Motorcycle fatalities are the third most common cause of death in the United States, with more than

 41,000 people dying yearly.

On the other hand, car accidents are not the leading cause of death in the U.S.; they only account for about 35% of all fatalities.

According to experts, motorcycles lack security features such as seat belts and airbags that can lessen the impact of a crash.

That's why injuries sustained from car accidents are less severe than injuries sustained from motorcycle accidents.

Motorcycles often travel at high speeds, which can increase the severity of a crash.

Because helmets are not mandatory for motorcycle riders in some states, many riders do not wear them.

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