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Your preparation and vigilance can prevent a motorcycle crash

You have just bought your dream motorcycle and have been making a list of places that you want to adventure to in California. The anticipation of owning your own motorcycle and exploring the country in the open air is quite thrilling but can quickly turn life-threatening if you do not take the right precautions. At E&E Law Group, we understand the risks that motorcyclists face and have helped many victims of accidents involving motorcycles. 

According to Consumer Reports, a report released by the Institute for Highway Safety disclosed that when you ride a motorcycle, you are 30 times more likely to suffer fatal injuries in an accident. Understanding what you can do to prevent accidents and lessen your chances of suffering fatal injuries should an accident occur, is critical to protecting yourself. Here are some of the things you should always be doing:

  • Invest in the right safety gear that is designed to minimize impact and exposure in an accident. 
  • Understand the power of your bike and how to handle it in dangerous situations. 
  • Constantly scan the roadway to identify potential hazards before it is too late to react. 
  • Monitor the weather and never ride if the weather conditions prevent your visibility. 
  • Research resources and classes where you can receive detailed instruction about how to ride your motorcycle.

By following these suggestions, you can better protect yourself while you are riding your motorcycle. Should you be involved in a serious wreck, your chances of surviving may be much higher. For more information about motorcycle accidents, visit our web page.  

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