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Increasing your visibility could reduce your risk

Whether you are an experienced motorcyclist or have just bought your first bike, you have probably had someone remind you to remember to pay attention and never rely on other motorists to see you. Because riding a motorcycle automatically makes you less visible, it is imperative that you are responsible and vigilant in paying attention to reduce your risk of injury or death. At E&E Law Group, we have helped many people in California who may have been involved in a motorcycle accident. 

Have you ever considered doing things to actually make your bike more noticeable? According to RideApart, there are some creative resources that you can use to increase your bike's visibility and be more effective at warning other motorists that you are on the road. Some of the things you can do include the following:

  • Invest in riding gear that is reflective and brightly colored.
  • Consider buying a bike that is a more noticeable color or incorporating some type of accessory to your bike that will make it more visible.
  • Turn your high beam lights on especially when riding in areas that are poorly lit.
  • Add reflective tape on areas of your bike that are easily seen. 

Additionally, never ride in a car's blind spot. Doing so can immediately heighten your risk of being injured if the car decides to move over and does not see you right next to it. 

By incorporating these suggestions into your routine, you can be more confident that you have done everything in your power to reduce your risks of riding a motorcycle. For more information about what to do if you have been involved in a crash with your motorcycle, visit our web page. 

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