Motorcycle Safety Tips


A motorcycle is a two or three-wheeled motor vehicle steered by a handlebar from a saddle-style seat. It’s a unique experience that engages all your senses and gives you an exhilarating sense of freedom. Whether you’re commuting to work, enjoying the camaraderie of a group ride on the weekend or exploring off-pavement terrain, motorcycles are a great way to get around.

There’s been a notable increase in the number of motorcycles on the road in recent years. This is partially due to high fuel prices, which have encouraged people to trade in their cars for more efficient motorcycles that use less gasoline. However, the increased popularity of motorcycles has also led to an increase in the number of inexperienced riders getting behind the wheel. This has contributed to an uptick in accidents involving motorcycles and automobiles.

Experienced motorcycle riders follow local traffic laws, and exercise extreme caution at intersections. Intersections are the most common place for multi-vehicle accidents involving motorcycles, so it’s important to always come to a full stop, view and obey all posted traffic signs and signals, look both ways before changing lanes, and signal your turn as soon as possible. This helps other drivers see your bike and avoid any miscommunication issues that can lead to a crash.