Over the course of the year, I have written far too many blog entries about motorcycle accidents, many of them wrongful death motorcycle accidents, that happened when a driver of a car failed to yield the right-of-way to a motorcycle. This results in cars making left hand turns in front of motorcycles, cars failing to yield the right-of-way to motorcycles at intersection, and cars coming out of driveways in front of motorcycles.Of course, car drivers are not the only ones who have problems yielding the right of way to motorcycle riders, as I have also written about semis turning left in front of motorcycles, and in one case, about a driver of a tractor who made a U-turn in front of a motorcycle rider, killing him.I saw a story in my news reader about a driver of a backhoe that also failed to yield the right of way to a motorcycle rider and turned left in front of a motorcycle. The rider survived but suffered serious injuries which left him hospitalized.It was an interesting story to me because the rider of a backhoe sits up higher than traffic, so he should have been able to see the motorcycle. He also is not in a compartment, which would presumably relieve him of some of the distractions that come with driving a car. Still, he is clearly another driver who failed to yield the right of way to a motorcycle rider.