Fayetteville may be just north enough in North Carolina to have winter weather that keeps many motorcyclists off the road. But that does not mean that they are altogether gone.
As gas prices rise and concern about how the use of nonrenewable resources affects the environment, more and more people have turned to environmental and budget-friendly alternatives. One such option is a moped because they are cheaper than cars and use less gas. Just as with bicycles and motorcycles, other drivers need to take additional precautions when a moped is in the area. However, if an accident does happen, proper aid must be provided. Unfortunately, a North Carolina couple is accused of a hit and run accident in a situation that could lead to a wrongful death case.
As the temperature increases, so does the need to exercise additional caution while on the road as more and more motorcyclists pull their bikes out of storage and hit the road. In order to preserve the safety of everyone, extra vigilance is needed. Unfortunately, a wrongful death case could be on the horizon after a man on a motorcycle was killed in Fayetteville.
Traveling down a highway at 70 mph is arguably less dangerous in an automobile equipped with seatbelts and airbags, as opposed to driving a motorcycle with no shell of protection. Due to this fact, motorcycle accidents typically result in serious injuries or fatalities. And it seems those in the military have a notably higher rate of motorcycle crashes than civilians.
The family of a soldier is mourning his recent death. He died in a motorcycle accident in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The soldier, who was stationed at Fort Bragg, had previously completed three deployments to Afghanistan.