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AMSAC Motorcycle Enthusiast Survey Results and Analysis

October 7, 2009

AMSAC Motorcycle Enthusiast Survey Results and Analysis

Alaska Motorcycle Safety Advisory Committee
Motorcycle Enthusiast Survey Results and Analysis
September 2009

PDF 14 pages:
http://dot.alaska.gov/stwdplng/hwysafety/assets/pdf/2009_AMSAC_Survey_An
alysis.pdf

Background
The Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public
Facilities (DOT&PF) established the Alaska Motorcycle Safety Advisory
Committee (AMSAC) as a means to use knowledgeable and experienced
individuals in the issues of motorcycle safety and roadway operations,
to advise the department on rider education and training, impaired
motorcycle driver enforcement, motorist awareness of motorcycles, road
hazards unique to motorcycles, and other matters relating to motorcycle
safety. In general, the AMSAC is a review body that provides the DOT&PF
with motorcycle highway safety-related recommendations. Further
information about AMSAC and motorcycle safety can be found on the State
of Alaska, Highway Safety Office web site (www.dot.alaska.gov/ahso).
Follow the link on the right to Motorcycle Safety.
On Saturday March 21, and Sunday March 22, 2009, AMSAC distributed paper
surveys to 218 random participants at the Alaska Motorcycle Dealers
Association (AMCDA) 16th Annual Custom Cycle Show in Anchorage, Alaska.
The survey respondents were eligible for a chance to win $200.00 towards
the purchase of motorcycle riding safety gear, by completing and turning
in the survey. The results in this document reflect the compilation of
answers given on the paper surveys.
The analysis of the data collected from the paper surveys was
accomplished by the Alaska Highway Safety Office, Alaska Department of
Transportation and Public Facilities.

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