Finding Las Vegas Bike Injury Law Information

Las Vegas Traffic Safety Motorcycle Injurys

Diego Corrale was killed on his motorcycle. He was involved in a fatal crash according to a report from boxing promoter Gary Shaw on May 7, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Corrales, a former world champion boxer, was 29. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sgt. Tracy McDonald said the driver of the 2007 Suzuki motorcycle crashed into the back of a car and was thrown into oncoming traffic where he was hit by another vehicle. Paramedics pronounced him dead on the scene.

Motorcycle Safety Program

Through education, enforcement, outreach, and legislation, NHTSA's motorcycle safety initiatives focus on comprehensive programs that prevent crashes, prevent injury when a crash occurs, and reduce the seriousness of injury after a crash. NHTSA's initiatives foster promoting motorcycle rider education and licensing; reducing the number of impaired motorcyclists; increasing motorist awareness of motorcycles; and increasing helmet use.

Legislative Facts 2008: Motorcycle Helmet Use Laws

Traffic Safety Facts 2007: Motorcycle

2006 Motorcycle Safety Program Plan

Summary of Novelty Helmet Performance Testing

Uniform Guidelines for State Highway Safety Programs - Motorcycles

Model Language for Share the Road with Motorcycles

Evaluation of the Repeal of the All-Rider Motorcycle Helmet Laws In Florida

Guidelines for Motorcycle Operator Licensing

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