The Motorcycle Safety Foundation and the American Automobile Association (AAA) have teamed up to spread the road safety message during May’s Motorcycle Safety Awareness month.

The Association says it hopes the link up will help to reach as many drivers and riders as possible with traffic returning to pre-pandemic levels and interest in motorcycling — for commuting and recreation — seeing strong growth.

“We are all one community on the road, and we need to look out for one another,” said AAA spokesman Jeff Spring.

“During the pandemic, many of us drove far less than in a typical year, and as we return to the road, our driving skills may be a little rusty. AAA encourages everyone on the road to keep their speeds down, cut out distractions, use their signals early and often, and double- even triple-check for motorcyclists when changing lanes.”