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Old 12-10-2012, 11:17 PM   #1
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Rider down and deceased

Happened in my city about a week ago. No one i ride with knows the guy, although our prayers and thoughts go out to him. Apparently the bike still had dealer tags on it as well.

The past 3 deaths on motorcycles in this city were caused by the elderly making a mistake that costs someone their life and completely changed the lives of a family =/.

http://www.kltv.com/story/20304229/p...n-recent-crash
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May he rest in peace; thoughts to his family and friends. God with us all.
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:11 AM   #6
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it's always terrible to hear of stuff like this, my heart and prayers go out to this young man and his family
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:12 AM   #7
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Old 12-11-2012, 08:19 AM   #8
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this crap pisses me off.... they really need to change the driving requirements for older people. I have seen so many accidents and dodged so many accidents involving really dumb old people this year. No reflexes, no signals, random speeds and braking.... out there making it dangerous for everyone else... meanwhile cops seem to take it significantly easier on an elderly person who causes an accident vs a kid who is speeding 5 over.
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this crap pisses me off.... they really need to change the driving requirements for older people. I have seen so many accidents and dodged so many accidents involving really dumb old people this year. No reflexes, no signals, random speeds and braking.... out there making it dangerous for everyone else... meanwhile cops seem to take it significantly easier on an elderly person who causes an accident vs a kid who is speeding 5 over.
I agree. I respect my elders, but the popular idea among them is to drive 20mph under the speed limit. Such as my grandmother, i love her, but she causes a traffic jams and near crashes on the highway every time while going 50mph(75mph speed limit). I cant get it out of her head that slower is not always safer and i sometimes fear for my life when i drive with her.

They need some sort of school every couple of years when you reach a certain age to keep track of all the traffic codes, reinforce awareness, and prescribe glasses for those who just "didn't see the guy".

We also have these flashing yellow lights in our city now, this is what has caused the past two motorcycle fatalities. Basically what a flashing yellow is(for the people who dont have them), is you must yield to traffic but can take a left hand turn whenever its "clear". TONS of people still dont understand the concept and think it means they still have the right away. I personally think that they need to be completely done away with as most people are not smart enough yet or skilled enough for these to function correctly and efficiently.
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:28 PM   #10
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this crap pisses me off.... they really need to change the driving requirements for older people. I have seen so many accidents and dodged so many accidents involving really dumb old people this year. No reflexes, no signals, random speeds and braking.... out there making it dangerous for everyone else... meanwhile cops seem to take it significantly easier on an elderly person who causes an accident vs a kid who is speeding 5 over.
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They need some sort of school every couple of years when you reach a certain age to keep track of all the traffic codes, reinforce awareness, and prescribe glasses for those who just "didn't see the guy".
agree!!


i live in arizona and we have a mass swarm of old people that move out here for the winter (snowbirds) i could tell instantly when they started coming back. my near misses have doubled.. always an out of state plate and old driver. really gets my blood flowing, one of these days i'm gonna lose it.. if you can't drive, DON'T!



and to the original post - sad to hear :( RIP
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thats a terrible thing to hear. god bless him and his family.
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Old 12-11-2012, 04:19 PM   #12
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Really sad to hear these things. God bless him and his family.


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Old 12-11-2012, 04:22 PM   #13
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RIP man, always a sad day when a fellow rider dies. :(

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Old 12-11-2012, 10:38 PM   #15
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old people!

lost a fellow rider to the similair factors last years, old lady ..riders making a let turn.

they should deff get re----re--tested for their license!

that looked like a really hard impact crash.


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that sucks... i hate hearing about these. thought are with his family
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