I see more cars than bicycles on the way to work, so it is not
surprising that I see more "car accidents"--the "I see more car
accidents" argument just falls flat.
And while you're just as dead if you get killed, a car hitting a
bicyclist doesn't even slow the car down, but if the bicyclist makes it
to the emergency room he's lucky. All accidents do not result in
fatalities you know.
But I only go to work once a day, so it is not the accidents per
person mile travelled or anything else that is relevant - only the
chances of being involved in an accident on the way to or from work on
the bike vs the truck.
Which is why I stated " Better chance of serious injury on the bike".
I gave up riding the Motorcycle because I demed the risk to be higher
than my wife was willing to accept.
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