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Motorcycle Lane Splitting

Motorcyclists across the United States are well aware of the laws against lane splitting and know that it is prohibited in every state, except California, which is also ranked among the worst states in the context of traffic and incidents on the...

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Motorcycle safety is imperative to keeping roadways and motorists safe.  Be cautions, pay attention and always be aware of your surroundings because other drivers may not be. 

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Matthew A. Dolman's curator insight, February 20, 2013 3:32 PM

Motorcyclists across the United States are well aware of the laws against lane splitting and know that it is prohibited in every state, except California, which is also ranked among the worst states in the context of traffic and incidents on the roadway. For those who are not familiar with the term, lane splitting refers to a two-wheeled vehicle moving between roadway lanes of vehicles that are proceeding in the same direction. It is no question that lane splitting is dangerous and is one of the easiest ways for accidents to occur, but for motorcyclists it is a method to travel at a greater rate of speed and avoid being stuck in traffic.



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Social Media Marketing Essentials: You Only Understand Conversions You Are Part Of

Social Media Marketing Essentials: You Only Understand Conversions You Are Part Of | personal injury law | Scoop.it

I was on a Twitter Scramble the other day with The Fish Firm and was impressed with their ideas and contributions. I am particularly impressed with this post. The title is a magical idea.

The magical idea is conversions are happening, social conversions, that a company can't understand fully because they are not part of the conversation. Such a powerful double idea so simply stated. 

 

There are many implications to not understanding conversions you are not part of including:

* Cast a broad social net and to be part of more conversations.

* Responding is critical to being included in the conversion.

* Conversions aren't free; you do something to be included. 

* No matter how good you are you are still missing conversions.

 

If you are a perfectionist the last bullet can drive you stark raving mad. Internet marketers learn to turn into the wind and trim, constantly trim, based on feedback loops. 

Great post by The Fish Firm.  

 

 


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Very true!  Something all businesses should keep in mind.  The importance of connecting and understanding your clients/customers is invaluable. 

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Motorcycle Lane Splitting

Motorcyclists across the United States are well aware of the laws against lane splitting and know that it is prohibited in every state, except California, which is also ranked among the worst states in the context of traffic and incidents on the...

Via Matthew A. Dolman
A.W. Smith Law's insight:

Motorcycle safety is imperative to keeping roadways and motorists safe.  Be cautions, pay attention and always be aware of your surroundings because other drivers may not be. 

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Matthew A. Dolman's curator insight, February 20, 2013 3:32 PM

Motorcyclists across the United States are well aware of the laws against lane splitting and know that it is prohibited in every state, except California, which is also ranked among the worst states in the context of traffic and incidents on the roadway. For those who are not familiar with the term, lane splitting refers to a two-wheeled vehicle moving between roadway lanes of vehicles that are proceeding in the same direction. It is no question that lane splitting is dangerous and is one of the easiest ways for accidents to occur, but for motorcyclists it is a method to travel at a greater rate of speed and avoid being stuck in traffic.



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10 Most Dangerous US Roads - Injury Attorneys | Auto Accident Lawyers 1-800-929-0564

10 Most Dangerous US Roads - Injury Attorneys |  Auto Accident Lawyers  1-800-929-0564 | personal injury law | Scoop.it
Thousands of truck drivers take to the road and face dangerous situations. Black ice, storms, snow, and heavy traffic are just a few of the safety issues and hazardous road conditions that truckers encounter.

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Any roads near you on the list?  Check it out.  Looks like Missouri made the cut, but there is a lot of work to be done to decrease crashes on all highways...  Especially those ending in serious injury or death.

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Anthony Castelli's curator insight, February 15, 2013 12:01 AM

There's a reason these are the ten most dangerous roads. can you figure out what it is. give me your opinion. In Ohio we have I-75 and I 71 I'd argue these can be just as dangerous . So #Columbuscaraccidents and #Cincinnaticaraccidents are notorious

Anthony Castelli's comment, March 31, 2013 1:26 AM
interstate 75 and interstate 75 esp in construction sites
Michael Ehline's comment, August 4, 2013 2:49 PM
Here is a link dealing with California and it has some of the worst roads for safety: http://knowledgebase.findlaw.com/kb/2011/Sep/3720786_4.html