Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 1:46 pm (Updated: March 19, 9:20 pm)
As winter turns to spring, law enforcement officials are reminding motorists to be mindful of motorcyclists who typically hit the roadways when the weather warms.
Because of a motorcycle’s size in comparison to other vehicles, they are difficult to spot. Police add it is hard to judge the speed and distance of an oncoming motorcycle.
Nearly 40 percent of motorcycle wrecks involving another vehicle are caused by a passenger car turning left in front of a biker, according to the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety.
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