Motorcycle accidents are so common lately. Everyone is so distracted when they drive that they hardly pay any attention. Also, they seem to run late and think that they can make it up on the road. As motorcyclists, we have to do everything that we can do to protect ourselves when we are out riding our bikes.

Here are some more motorcycle tips to keep you safe while you are out riding.

  • Know your limits. You are not going to start out as a good motorcycle rider. It takes time to get better. Know what you can and can’t do. Know what you are comfortable driving and when you should stay home.
  • Don’t drive distracted. Pull over if you are going to take your hands off of your bike to adjust something on the bike. Pull over if you need to change the music, make a phone call, or text. Nothing is worth getting into an accident.
  • Be careful in inclement weather. Check the weather report before you leave. If it is calling for rain or snow, you might want to stay home! If it starts when you are out, you should pull over if you are able to.

By now, you should know that it is better to pull over than it is to get into an accident. Whether you want to adjust something on your bike, make a phone call, or it is raining and you are having trouble seeing, you should always pull over whenever possible. It is not worth hurting yourself or someone else!

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