Here is something that I saw in the Courier Post:
The Motor Vehicle Commission has launched a Web site dedicated to the state's motorcyclists.
, the site includes everything from licensing and registration information to safety tips to details on rider training and testing.
The site launch is part of a monthlong campaign aimed at increasing public awareness of how to avoid accidents with motorcycles.
June is New Jersey Motorcycle Safety Month.
The MVC's Motorcycle Safety Education Program provides motorcycle riders with the skills and knowledge necessary for safe riding.
The Basic Rider Course is intended for new riders or those who have taken an extended break from riding.
The Experienced Rider Course is designed for those who already have a grasp of operating a motorcycle but want to sharpen their skills.
The basic and experienced courses are offered in Sea Girt and in Egg Harbor Township and several private providers throughout the state.
In New Jersey from 2001 to 2005, 324 people were killed in motorcycle accidents.