LEO Encounter Traffic accident
This is a discussion on LEO Encounter Traffic accident within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I am glad that you are ok, that was to close. At least the driver of the car stopped.
I had a similar incident happen ...
June 5th, 2011 11:42 AM
I am glad that you are ok, that was to close. At least the driver of the car stopped.
I had a similar incident happen to me, we just didn't touch. I was able to move over in my lane far enough and slow down enough that they moved over right in front of me. It was a elderly couple in a big Lincoln, they never saw me or heard me.
June 5th, 2011 11:44 AM
I finally got spooked and sold my Goldwing after an increasing number of near misses involving people who didn't see me. I'm riding one of the biggest motorcycles on the road and I'm lit up like a Christmas tree and I still almost get killed by people who don't know I'm there. I'm glad you survived this one Dukalmighty. Be careful amigo.
decided to ride my Bike Honda 750,I was riding on a 3 lane frontage road by 83 highway in the lane nearest to the Highway when a Cadillac came out of a Strip Mall Parking lot and instead of turning into the nearest lane as required by law he decided to come into my lane,he never saw me
June 5th, 2011 01:24 PM
Glad you weren't hurt or bike damaged worse. You already know you have to keep you head on a swivel and look out.
June 5th, 2011 02:51 PM
Maybe MCs should have strobes on them like school buses.
When I go to Texas, those frontage roads really freak me out. Weird interstate setup compared to the rest of the USA.
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