Motorcycle Safety

Although riding a motorcycle can be exhilarating, it can also be very dangerous. This especially true for inexperienced riders. It’s important for motorcyclist to be conscious of safety measures that can prevent a major collision or accident. In this blog, we breakdown a few of the ways you can stay safe while riding a motorcycle.

Take a Safety Course

The more you know about motorcycle safety, the better. Regardless of your riding experience, we all can benefit from taking a safety course. A safety course shows you how to avoid accidents and safely crash. Learning how to handle the aftermath of an accident is also taught in these kind of courses.

Be Aware of Other Drivers

It’s good practice to assume that other drivers on the road can’t see you. Because of blind spots or other distractions, many drivers fail to spot motorcyclists when they are driving. If you find yourself riding near another other vehicle, assume that the driver doesn’t see you. Try to avoid blind spots whenever possible. Also, be cautious around cars backing up in parking lots and driveways.

Pay Attention to the Wheels of Other Vehicles

When you are unsure that a car will turn, look at the wheels. The angle of the wheel will indicate which direction the driver plans to go in. This technique can help you avoid accidents because it forces you to be aware of your surroundings while riding.

Have you been injured in a motorcycle accident? We can help. Motorcycle accidents sometimes result in thousands of dollars in medical expenses and lost wages. At DiPasquale Moore, it is our mission to secure justice for our clients. Our lawyers can prepare your injury claim and collect hard evidence to build your case.

Contact our Kansas City motorcycle accident attorneys to get started on your case today.

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