1. Poor road conditions: potholes, torn-up asphalt, crumbling pavement, gravel, wet or slippery roads.
2. Blind spots: cars or trucks in front or beside a motorcycle that impede the rider’s visibility.
3. Debris on the road: sticks, stones, oil, gravel, and sand.
4. Uneven lanes: when one lane is higher or lower then the other, causing a rider to be jerked off balance.
5. Poorly maintained vehicles: broken tail lights, loud exhausts, and bad brakes can distract a rider or cause an accident.
6. Other vehicles: cars and trucks making improper lane changes, cutting off riders, or not seeing them in the first place.
7. Weather conditions: rain, snow, fog, and wind can limit visibility and-or traction.
8. Animals: deer and other animals can cause a rider to swerve or become distracted.
9. Distracted drivers: drivers texting, talking on the phone, or not paying attention to the road can create a hazardous situation.
10. Road rage: aggressive drivers, who are seldom in control, can create a dangerous environment for a motorcyclist.
The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus is a synchronous serial data link designed to interconnect devices such as microcontrollers, sensors, and other peripherals. It operates at relatively low clock speeds, usually between 100Khz and 8MHz. It has four wires – a clock (SCK), chip-select (CS), data-in (MOSI), and data-out (MISO). This bus is often used to connect the microcontroller to external devices such as analog-to-digital converters, shift registers, and sensors.
Deoxyribose sugar is a type of sugar found in DNA. It serves as the backbone of the DNA molecule, forming one of the two polynucleotide strands along with the phosphate group. Furthermore, it helps stabilise the double helix structure of the DNA molecule, as the hydrogen bonds connect the deoxyribose sugars with complementary nitrogenous bases.