More than 40 motorcyclists were killed in traffic crashes last year. And, fellow motorcyclists want the State to do something that might reduce that number. Spokesman Terry Cook with the American Motorcycle Association thinks most of the fatalities were caused by drivers of cars or trucks who failed to yield the right of way. Cook wants a bill toughening penalties for failure to yield to motorcyclists to become “Clutch’s Law.” If it becomes law it would be named for a friend from Hannibal nicknamed “Clutch” who was killed in a right-of-way accident.
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