If you're driving down the road on your motorcycle and a car makes an illegal turn in front of you, the at-fault driver pays for the damages that they caused. But what about motorcycle accidents caused by road conditions?
The month of May could be called Myrtle Beach "Bike Month," with both the Spring Harley Rally and the Atlantic Beach Bike Week happening back to back while motorcyclists visit the Grand Strand during, before, and after the events.
Myrtle Beach Bike Week 2019 is here - including the Myrtle Beach Harley Davidson Spring Rally that begins this weekend and the Atlantic Beach Bikefest, now called the Black Pearl Cultural Heritage and Bike Festival, which begins on Memorial Day Weekend.
If you are injured because of another driver's negligence, you are entitled to collect damages - regardless of what kind of vehicle either of you was driving.
More than a quarter of a million bikers are expected to roll into the area for each of the two motorcycle rallies in the Myrtle Beach area this month - it's also motorcycle safety month, which is perfect timing...
Three people died last week in a crash that involved a motorcycle and three other vehicles. Myrtle Beach police said several other people were injured and transported to a hospital after a wreck that closed down the intersection of Robert Grissom Parkway and Executive Avenue.
If you're one of many motorcycle enthusiasts in South Carolina or the surrounding regions, you might mark your calendar every year the minute you find out the dates of the annual Myrtle Beach Bike Week Spring Rally. This year's rally is just around the bend, so it's a good time to start getting ready if you're planning to attend. Getting together with hundreds of other bikers, enjoying the beach and taking time off for rest and relaxation are some of the reasons many people look forward to bike week.
Prosecutors decided to drop a felony DUI charge against a former Teacher of the Year after tests showed that she had not consumed any alcohol or other drugs.
The Myrtle Beach area has more than it's share of motorcycle crashes, and, with thousands of motorcyclists expected to pour into Myrtle Beach for the 2018 Atlantic Beach Bikefest and the Spring Harley Davidson Rally next month, we can expect there will be crashes in the coming days.
A lot of spring breakers have already come and gone, but the party isn't over yet. Thousands more college students will pour into Myrtle Beach over the next few weeks.