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Max Armstrong talks about motorcycle fatalities. (audio)

Are you among pro-football fans who have stayed home or found other things to do during game. Yesterday, only 22 players were protesting. This followed meeting of owners last week who met to deal with declining ratings and attendance.

There have been number of car and equipment collisions this fall.

Also out on our highways, the motorcycle manufacturers have sold bikes to aging Baby Boomers. 40 year ago, 80% motorcycle fatalities were those 30 and younger. Today, fatalities are 55 and older. They are known as retreads. People don’t realize their skills are perishable. They get on road thinking they can do what they did when they were 20.

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