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Motorcycle Riding Safety Tips You Should Know


Riding a motorcycle can be an enjoyable and entertaining way to get from one place to another. Nevertheless, riding a motorcycle is much riskier than driving a car. On average there are roughly 4,200 motorcycle deaths, resulting from accidents, per year. Almost half of all motorcyclists’ deaths happen because of single vehicle accidents.

On the other hand, lots of bikers go through decades of motorcycling without a scratch. Although bikers cannot avoid all hazardous circumstances, they can take measures to ensure safer riding.

Advice to Avoid Accidents

No matter how much experience a biker has, it is vital that they observe the same safety guidelines every single time they get on their motorcycles. While some elements may be out of  your control, we have provided the below advice to remain safe and injury free, including:

  1. Keep a safe distance: If you are tailing other vehicles too closely, you will have very little time to react. We recommend using the 3-second rule. Pick a sign on the street and begin counting when the vehicle in front passes it. You should not pass the same sign for a minimum of 3 seconds.
  2. Be prepared to stop: Bikers should be prepared to react in a split-second and always have their hands on the brakes.
  3. Be cautious of other vehicles: Bikers need to always watch the vehicles in front as well as surrounding cars. Be especially careful of cars making left-hand turns in front of you.
  4. Keep track of all vehicles behind you: Cars speeding can swiftly approach from behind, and it is crucial not to become easily startled.
  5. Follow all traffic rules: By obeying all of the traffic laws, such as signs and lights, you will be more predictable to other drivers.
  6. Ride defensively: Do not presume that other drivers will notice you. A majority of motorcycle accidents take place because another driver violates the biker’s right-of-way.
  7. Try not to speed: When motorcyclists speed, they are much more difficult for other drivers to notice. By driving slower, drivers are more likely to see you. Also, you can lower the chances of losing control of your bike.
  8. Pay attention: Continuously be cautious of your surroundings and avoid all unnecessary distractions, especially cellphone usage.
  9. Be mindful of all possible road hazards: Large puddles, potholes, gravel and objects on the road can all present serious dangers to bikers.

Contact a Qualified Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Today! 

If you or a loved one was injured as the result of a motorcycle crash, the highly skilled personal injury lawyers at Roman & Roman will provide you with the help you deserve.

Our personal injury attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience and millions of dollars recovered on behalf of our clients. You can count on the lawyers of Roman & Roman to fight for the compensation that you are entitled. This may include monetary compensation for hospital bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and diminished earning capacity.

We know that being involved in a motorcycle accident can be a traumatic and devastating ordeal.  You can depend on our team to aggressively fight to obtain the best possible results for your case. Contact our Florida personal injury attorneys online, or call at 877-767-1032, to speak to a motorcycle crash lawyer today! We have offices in Clearwater, Hudson and Tampa, Florida.




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