Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Are motorcycles faster than cars?

Because they are more aerodynamically efficient, cars often have higher top speeds than motorcycles. However, motorcycles typically have better acceleration due to their lighter weight.

Are motorcycles dangerous?

Motorcycles are often more dangerous than cars: motorcyclists are 24 times more likely to die in a car crash as compared to passenger-vehicle occupants.

Are motorcycles cheaper on gas?

Motorcycles are considerably cheaper on gas than cars: the average fuel cost of a motorcycle is around $245 per year, while the average fuel cost of a car is around $2,400 per year.

What are the benefits of owning a motorcycle?

One of the main benefits of owning a motorcycle is its affordable purchase price and motorcycle ownership cost. Motorcycles are also better for the environment, much easier to park, and simply fun to ride.

Is it harder to ride a motorcycle?

Riding a motorcycle is not as hard as most people believe. Learning to ride a motorcycle is similar to learning to ride a bike, except that a motorcycle uses an engine to move.

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Tetiana Sitiugina-Babiuk

Written by: Tetiana Sitiugina-Babiuk

Financial Sector Specialist and Content Strategist 500+

Independent writer, content strategist, and financial sector specialist. Tatiana has an extensive experience in working with financial institutions such as Bank of Canada and Risk Management unit at FinDev Canada. She holds an MA in Financial Risk Management from the University of Toronto.

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