A certain number of traffic accidents may be avoided if drivers had the ability to identify potential hazards on roads; that is, enhancing the ability of driver awareness is expected to reduce traffic accidents. Prior studies have shown that education materials with pictures and video are helpful to increase drivers' ability of risk awareness. This study proposes a framework to identify various potential causes of red-light running traffic accidents in motorcycle accident videos; particularly, this study focuses on how drivers perceive, comprehend, and project potential hazards on roads as well as how they make a decision and respond to the situation. Focus groups and questionnaire surveys are then followed to rank the identified risk factors and determine key topics to educate motorcyclists. The results could be applied as a basis to the development of motorcyclists' risk awareness test and education materials.