A San Jose man and his passenger were riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle down Watsonville Road when a Dodge Durango struck the motorcycle. Both riders were ejected from the bike as the Durango attempted to flee the scene. Authorities would later catch the Durango driver at Watsonville Road and Highway 152—where the vehicle was disabled. However, the owner of the Harley… Continue Reading.
AAA released a new study with important implications for cyclists and pedestrians in the Bay Area. According to AAA, fatal hit and run accidents have increased by an average of more than 7 percent each year since 2009. The study found that cyclists and pedestrians accounted for 65 percent of these deaths. An estimated 682,000 hit and run accidents occur… Continue Reading.
Cycling is a popular method of transportation in California. As cycling increases in popularity, there is a risk that bicycle accidents will also increase. Multiple Bay Area towns are working on infrastructure upgrades to reduce the number of bicycle accidents. However, there are also steps you can take to protect yourself while cycling in San Jose or the surrounding areas…. Continue Reading.