In 2021, motorcycle crashes took the lives of 516 riders and passengers in Texas.

The Problem in Texas

In 2021, motorcycle crashes took the lives of 516 riders and passengers in Texas. Of these, 284 (55%) motorcycle operators did not have a motorcycle endorsement or license, known as a Class M, at the time of the crash.

Unlicensed riders accounted for 55% of motorcycle operator fatalities in Texas in 2021.


The mission of Look Learn Live is to reduce the number of rider fatalities and serious injuries. This is achieved through the conduct of outreach activities to educate riders and motorists about motorcyclist safety in an effort to change attitudes and behaviors, thus increasing safety for riders.

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Contact Us

We’re here to help.

There are several easy ways to help improve rider safety through Look Learn Live.

Join the Look Learn Live email list to receive regular updates on safety events, safety information, and meetings.

Join our Texas Statewide Motorcycle Safety Coalition (TMSC). The TMSC serves as an open public forum for addressing strategies to improve rider safety. The Coalition meetings are held four times per year. Activities include identifying and discussing effective programs, regulations, and other opportunities to improve rider safety; reviewing, proposing, and making recommendations concerning motorcyclist-related legislation, projects, and activities; and serving to promote rider safety and inform the public about being aware of motorcycles and sharing the road safely.

Attend the annual Texas Statewide Motorcycle Safety Forum. The Forum meets each year to bring together anyone interested in motorcycling and motorcycle safety to discuss opportunities and initiatives to reduce the likelihood of motorcycle crashes, injuries, and fatalities to riders in Texas. The Forum favors hands on learning and is focused on providing critical information to riders themselves.


Check out the 2022–2027 Texas Strategic Action Plan for Motorcycles!

The 2022–2027 Texas Strategic Action Plan for Motorcycles (TSAP-M) is now posted to our website! The TSAP-M was developed as part of a Texas Department of Transportation grant (2022-TTI-G-1YG-0015), with…

Download the Toolkit for Preventing Impaired Riding!

Made possible through a Texas Department of Transportation traffic safety grant, researchers at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute have developed resources intended to reduce the number of impaired riding crashes.…

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August 11 TMSC Quarterly Meeting Recap

The August 11 TMSC quarterly meeting was held virtually on MS Teams. To watch the full meeting recording, download meeting notes and view the presentation deck, click here. Thank you…

Find Look Learn Live at the 32nd Annual Texas Blue Berry Festival!

Look Learn Live attended the Blueberry Festival last weekend in Nacogdoches. The day was hot as the blueberries paraded down the streets. Thank you to all who stopped to visit!

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