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Top 5 Safety Tips

Accidents happen every day, leaving people needing medical attention, not to mention auto accident lawyers and injury lawyers—and nobody wants to have to worry about that. Motorcycle safety on the road does much more than just keep you safe; it keeps other people on the road safe as well.

Top 5 motorcycle safety tips:

  1. Always wear a helmet. You are putting yourself in a dangerous position by being out on the open road with no head protection. Without a helmet, you can receive fatal injuries after a collision. Even without that danger, there’s the ever-present worry of debris flying at you. Keeping your head, and especially your eyes protected against debris is very important.
  2. Follow the speed limit. Just because you’re not a car, it doesn’t mean you don’t have to follow the same rules that cars do.
  3. Respect other drivers. Even though you are capable of quickly weaving in and out of traffic, this can be dangerous, confusing, and incredibly distracting for other drivers.
  4. Steer clear of blind spots. Because motorcycles take up less space than cars, it is easy to get stuck in a blind spot. If other people on the road can’t see you, they won’t know you’re there!
  5. Wear protective clothing. Leather jackets and gloves don’t just look cool, they are designed to help keep you safe, warm, and ready to drive your bike!

At Shea Law Group, our personal injury lawyers specialize in helping you after a motorcycle accident. Our team can help you get the compensation you deserve and get back on your feet. Contact us today for more information.


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