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Who Says Youíre the BUMPER?!...

Who Says Youíre the BUMPER?!...

Motorcycle rides is an exhilarating experience since you are in contact with your surroundings. You get to enjoy the scenery as well as the soft rush of wind on your face as you go along beautiful fields because it is open. Riding a motorcycle is like being one with everything and no other land transportation vehicle can provide you with such equal experienceÖhmmmÖcome to think of it thereís the bicycle which is a close relative of the motorcycle but thatís another topic for another time.

Beauty has its corresponding ugliness and motorcycle accidents are definitely the ugliest as well as the nastiest part a rider may ever experience. You have probably heard from other people that the time you mount your motorcycle you ought to prepare yourself for the worst. Because they said that riding motorcycle is like signing your death sentence. And also, otherís said that you, the rider becomes the bumper during collision accidents. Although there might be some truth behind all these but remember accidents happen to those who are not CAREFUL.

For your peace of mind, here is a list of doís and doníts when riding a motorcycle:

1. It is always best to get a professional training in riding motorcycle since most riding centers or schools teach defensive driving. Likewise, various traffic and safety rules are part of the driving program given to starting riders.

2. Have with your driver license with you always. Remember that in case of motorcycle accidents drivers without a license are given additional penalty aside from the penalty due to the accident.

3. Always use a helmet and also provide your back rider a helmet so both youíre heads are protected not only from accidents but also from too much rays of the sun.

4. Always make use of your common sense, meaning when youíre drunk then donít drive. Many motorcycle accidents are caused by those drunk drivers who think they could perform a balancing act on the road, the result? Itís a balancing act alright depending on the severity of the accident they may be lucky if the living part is heavier than the resting in peace part of the balance.

5. Take heed of your motherís advice to wear protective clothing and gears. There are various protective accessories available either online or offline, examples of which are goggles, sun shades for protection of your eyes, jackets that range in various designs and colors, gloves, pants and also those stylish riderís boots. It all depends on your personality.

6. And make sure that your motorcycle clothing and gears are made up of abrasion-resistant materials such as leather.

7. Always check your motorcycle before going out for a ride. Remember that no amount of cure can top prevention. So make it a habit to check the tires, the brakes, the oil, the signal lights, etc. of your motorcycle its better to be cautious than be sorry later.

8. When youíre on the road make sure that youíre on the proper lane to avoid accidents.

9. Avoid dangerous overtakes. Most motorcycle drivers have this habit of overtaking on the right side of a car or a truck. If you value your life you wonít follow such scheme since drivers of the other vehicle might not easily see you.

10. Follow speed limits. These speed limits are there to protect you and guide you, so donít take them for granted.

Submitted by:

Maricon Williams

Maricon Williams

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