How to Stay Safe on Your Motorcycle

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Whether you have had a motorcycle for a while or you are the proud new owner of one, it’s important that you take your riding seriously. When someone is in an accident while riding a motorcycle, the damage to the rider is often extreme. Safety should always come first. There are some things you can do in order to stay as safe as possible while riding. Here are a few of them, including looking into great products by UClear.

Wear Protective Gear

First and foremost, you should always wear protective gear. These things can save your life. The most important piece is your helmet. There are many different types of helmets, but there are ones that are specific for motorcycle riding. Be sure that you don’t try to save yourself money by going with a different style or none at all. They make many different kinds that you can choose from, so you can get a style that looks great on you. You should never be caught without one. You should also consider wearing protective goggles or glasses. When you are driving on the freeway, you are going at extreme speeds. You wouldn’t want something to fly into your eyes, causing you to not be able to see.

Learn Riding Etiquette

You should also learn riding etiquette. There are certain signals and signs that a rider can do to help those around him know what he plans to do. You can learn the hand motions for turning and other things. These things can help when you are in heavy traffic or if your lights aren’t working. You can never be too careful on your bike.

Hands-Free Talk

As dangerous as using a phone is while driving a car, it is even more dangerous while riding a motorcycle. Luckily there are companies like UClear that help you to be able to use your phone without causing you to be unsafe. They have systems that install directly into your helmet so all you have to do is answer a call using a voice activated feature, and you can talk on your phone without having to do a thing. This allows you to focus on the road while using the phone at the same time.

Jared Quips

With the alarming rate of motorcycle-related road accidents, it really is wise to take the necessary precautions while you are out on the streets. Make sure you give it your 100% attention and keep the distractions to a minimum. You might be an ace driver, but you will never know where + when accidents will rise, so it is ideal that you pay undivided attention to driving while you are out on the road. + do not forget to keep these nifty tips in mind! Approve

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12 Responses to “How to Stay Safe on Your Motorcycle”



    Protective gear for riding a motorcycle is highly recommended and it is part of the law.

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    Head gear is so important – better be safe than sorry – along with driving etiquette – it’s always better to drive safe.

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    Jared's Mum Reply:

    that is just so true!

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    I lost a brother due to motorcycle accident, I wish I could turn back time. He was wearing gears but the strong impact instantly took his life.

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    Jared's Mum Reply:

    that is just too sad sis. it is true, accidents are really unexpected + they happen even to the most disciplined of drivers. i am really sorry for your loss, sis. praying for your brother’s soul + for your family, too.

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    True enough! Safety first. Wear your protective helmet always when riding the motorcycle.

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    I don’t like riding on motorcycles, its really dangerous now outside. Though, you are very cautious you can’t tell with other people causing accidents.

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    Jared's Mum Reply:

    that is simply true, sometimes precaution is never enough…

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    Mommy, I sure hope my comment made it through. For some reason I don’t see it here or maybe you have to approve it still. Let me know!

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    Well, that’s weird. My comment didn’t get through, but anyway. It pays to be safe, cautious and knowledgeable about drive safety. And yes, wearing helmet is a must and knowing the rules and regulations on the road.

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    I used to ride a motorcycle in my early teens. My dad taught me. He is a great rider.

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    Jared's Mum Reply:

    wow! cool dad!

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