Do more than just watch, stay away from bikes.
Make sure to keep adequate distance when driving near motorcycles.
The last thing you want to do is rear end or side swipe a motorcyclist.
Ways To Help
Maintain a Safe Following Distance
When driving behind a motorcycle, ensure you maintain a safe following distance. Motorcycles can stop more quickly than cars, so leave at least a 3 to 4-second gap to provide ample time to react to sudden stops or maneuvers.
Check Blind Spots
Always check your blind spots before changing lanes or making a turn. Motorcycles are smaller and may not always be immediately visible in your mirrors. Use your turn signals and double-check before merging or changing lanes.
Respect Right of Way
Understand and respect the right of way of motorcycles. In many cases, motorcycles have the same rights as cars on the road. Yield to them when appropriate, such as at intersections or when merging onto highways.