Suggestions for staying safe on your motorcycle

If you own a motorcycle in South Carolina, you are probably familiar with the thrill and enjoyment that riding in the open air has to offer. As a motorcyclist, you are accustomed to a unique set of risks that can sometimes be significantly dangerous if you do not understand how to protect yourself. At George B. Bishop, Jr. P.A., we are familiar with the challenges that bikers face and have been able to help many individuals who have been involved in accidents. 

According to SafeWise, there are several important preventative actions you should take when you anticipate riding your motorcycle. These include the following:

  • Know your limits: Never do something you are uncomfortable with in terms of riding your motorcycle. Understand how your bike works and be familiar with its power so you can ride safely, comfortably and confidently. 
  • Pay attention to the weather: Inclement weather can pose a major hazard when you are a motorcyclist. Before you leave, always pay attention to the forecast and adjust your schedule accordingly. 
  • Do not get distracted: Always keep your eyes on the road ahead of you. Recognize hazards before they put you at risk. Never assume that other drivers can see you, but always scan your surroundings for people who may not notice you. 
  • Wear protective gear: Invest in high quality protective gear such as gloves, a jacket, boots and a helmet. Wear durable pants and boots that will help protect your body if you are in an accident. 

By following these tips, you can be better prepared for an enjoyable motorcycle ride. For more information about staying safe on your motorcycle, visit our web page.  

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