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In terms of motor vehicles, motorcycles make up only 3% of vehicles sharing roads in the United States. Described as small but mighty, motorcycle riders take on added safety risks compared to drivers of cars and trucks due to visibility and the limited protection barriers between the motorcycle and the road. The NHTSA reported in 2020, motorcyclists were four times more likely to be injured and nearly 28% more likely, compared to passenger vehicle occupants, to die in a motor vehicle crash. Motorcyclists who are appropriately licensed and proficient in handling the motorcycle in various conditions, inclement weather, road hazards, and heavy traffic, and wear a helmet that meets U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 218 on every ride are better protected and prepared for road experience.