FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2014
Driving a motorcycle is an experience enjoyed by many. However, this hobby comes with its risks that every motorcyclist should take precaution to avoid. Being safe and always cautious could save a life, maybe even yours.
Every year, there are accidents in which the driver of a car simply did not see a motorcycle. Unfortunately, there are so many motorcyclists that never make it through the accident. But there are simple things a motorcycle rider can do to keep themselves (and others!) safe on the road.
Here are five major safety tips that every motorcyclist should follow:
Always remember that when you are out enjoying your bike, safety must come first!
- If you have the choice, ride in a pack. Riding in a group makes you more visual to the other motorists and can help reduce the risk of an accident. Be sure that when you ride in a group, everyone is experienced in doing so.
- Always wear a helmet. Even if there isn't a helmet law in your home state, you should still wear one for protection. This simple piece of safety gear has saved countless lives.
- Always be mindful of cars. Make sure your mirrors are adjusted to where you can see cars coming from all directions. You can also get a blinking headlight that will help motorists to notice you as well.
- Never do stunts on the road. Clowning around can get innocent people hurt or killed. Respect the bike and think about the outcomes of what you do before acting.
- Get motorcycle insurance. The last thing a person wants is to have to pay for an accident out of pocket. Insurance helps protect you from the unknown and unforeseen things that can happen while enjoying a motorcycle ride.
Stay safe on the road. Call Pro Player Insurance Group at (954) 316-4662 for more information on Fort Lauderdale motorcycle insurance.
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