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Allstate Installs Latest ‘Look for Motorcycles’ Sign After Special Request

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Allstate Installs Latest ‘Look for Motorcycles’ Sign After Special Request

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Jason Large receives an Allstate Watch for Motorcycles sign
Allstate Insurance Watch for Motorcycles sign

Allstate has installed 179 “Watch for Motorcycles” signs in 21 states.

In an effort to make roads safer for motorcyclists, Allstate launched its “Once is Never Enough (O.N.E.)” program, an awareness campaign created to help reduce the number of motorcycle crashes involving other vehicles at intersections by encouraging motorists to “look twice, because once is never enough.” Since it was established in 2009, Allstate has worked closely with local traffic authorities to install 179 Watch for Motorcycles signs in 41 different cities across 21 states at intersections that have been statistically prove to be dangerous for motorcycle riders.

While the success of the program speaks for itself through the number of signs it has put up, the ultimate goal of the O.N.E. program is to empower the larger riding community. This is why for the first time Allstate has donated and installed a sign on a rider’s property at his request.

Jason Large receives an Allstate Watch for Motorcycles sign

Rider Jason Large lobbied to have an Allstate “Watch for Motorcycles” sign on his property which lies on a major Ohio state route.

Jason Large of Jackson, Ohio, reached out to Allstate hoping for a way to protect fellow riders on the major Ohio state route he lives on. Allstate was inspired by Jason’s desire to help keep his fellow riders safe, which is why he was selected for a special installation on his property last week! The hope is that Jason’s persistence and passion to advance motorcycle safety in his community will inspire other riders to do the same.

The O.N.E. program is the flagship initiative of Allstate’s Rider Protection Project, a collection of programs and applications built to help keep riders riding, safely. Other programs in Allstate’s Rider Protection Project include:

• The Rider Risk Map – an interactive map on Facebook (facebook.com/AllstateMotorcycle) that lets riders flag a location that may be especially dangerous for fellow riders
• The Rider Protection Zone – a traveling rider experience that visits several of the highest-profile motorcycle rallies around the country, spreading the word about motorcycle safety and advocacy through in-person safety demonstrations and social media, using the hashtag #Watch4Moto
• The Good Ride App – a mobile app that can be downloaded and used to alert friends and family that you’re heading out for a ride and to remind them to watch for motorcycles, as well as track your rides, log bike maintenance, as well as other useful tools and activities
• The Ride for Awareness – a 111 day, 21,000 mile journey to all 50 states completed by one rider sponsored by Allstate earlier in 2015 that encouraged each state to add a question regarding motorcycle safety to their state test to receive a driver’s license (visit allstate.com/ride to learn more about this epic road trip)

For more information about Allstate’s Rider Protection Project, visit www.allstateridernews.com.

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