State Patrol releases motorcycle safety video

466 motorcycle crashes in state since start of 2019

  • Monday, June 10, 2019 3:31pm
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The Washington State Patrol posted a motorcycle safety video on Monday after it reported there have been 466 motorcycle-involved crashes on Washington State roadways since the start of the year.

Two motorcyclists were killed last week in crashes on Highway 167 in the Kent/Auburn area.

The video tips from a motorcycle trooper are to help make sure riders stay safe and prevent collisions. The State Patrol noted that the number of motorcycle collisions increase during the summer months.

Watch the YouTube video by clicking here.


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