First, he spoke about how the small size of motorcycles makes them appear farther away than a driver may think.
"The depth perception is different when you are following a motorcycle," he said. "When you see one, it is actually a little closer than you think."
He also talked about how important it is to keep a safe following distance - much increased from when you are following a larger vehicle. He also notes that when motorcycles are rear-ended, the consequences are much more serious - and sometimes fatal - with a motorcycle, whereas car rear-ending accidents are often no more than fender-benders.
"The safe following distance for vehicles is one car-length for every 10 mph you are traveling. With a motorcycle or scooter, I think it is safer to have at least a car length and a half between you and a motorcycle or scooter."
As always, the most important rule you can follow is to drive defensively.