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Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with more than 25 years of legal experience.

A student from Abilene Christian University remains in the hospital weeks after a moped accident left him with a traumatic brain injury and in a coma. The Texas traffic accident allegedly took place when a car attempted to turn left in front of the motorized scooter at an intersection – one of the most common types of moped accident.

What are some of the other most common causes of moped crashes?

  • Rider inexperience. Mopeds are different from both motorcycles and cars in a number of important ways, and yet many riders do not realize that their inexperience on a motorized scooter could lead to a serious accident. Be sure to learn to ride your moped on quiet streets and be sure that you are comfortable operating the vehicle before trying more challenging routes.
  • Ignorant car and truck drivers. Does a moped follow motorcycle laws? Does a moped follow bike laws? Sadly, many drivers simply do not know when a moped has the right of way, when they can pass a moped, and what they should expect moped drivers to do at intersections. This ignorance leads to far too many moped accidents and injuries.
  • Visibility issues. Mopeds are smaller than most vehicles on the road – and they are quieter than motorcycles. If riders do not wear bright clothing and reflectors – and if they do not understand that other drivers might not see them – they could become the victims of a motorized scooter accident.

Have you been injured in a Texas moped accident? Speak with a motorcycle accident attorney today to learn about your case.

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