I know this is old hat to some of you reading this but newer riders may benefit from it. Always, Always leave yourself a way out when stopped in traffic. We worked an accident over the weekend where on a 4 lane divided highway a tractor trailer was backing down the road. Have no clue why but whatever. A bike stopped behind the truck but the driver didn't see him and backed over him and the bike. He suffered severe injuries to his arm but he was lucky. Now I don't know where the bike stopped or exactly what happened here but my assumption is that he couldn't get the bike out the way of the truck fast enough. When the bike first stopped he may not have been in the truck drivers field of vision. I'm not saying the biker did anything wrong, this accident was clearly all to blame on the truck. I'm just putting it out there to remind everyone to not stop real close behind anyone, especially a large vehicle that may have trouble seeing you. Leave yourself enough room to get out should the need arise.