You're sitting at a stoplight when a car cruises by you in the left lane, clearly intent on running the red light. You honk your horn and watch in horror as they plow right into a motorcycle that was legally driving through the intersection.
You know that wearing a motorcycle helmet helps you avoid a head injury in a crash; it's common sense, and it's backed up by countless studies. What you want to know, though, is if there is a specific type of helmet that helps the most. Or are you relatively in the same position no matter what you buy?
If you like to strap on a helmet, jump on your bike and ride through the Arizona desert -- or just ride your motorcycle around town -- you're going to face real dangers every day. It's impossible to bypass all of these dangers, but you can significantly reduce the chances that you'll get into a crash.
If your husband or wife is seriously hurt in a motorcycle crash, you'll probably be hurting emotionally just as much as he or she is hurting physically. The worry and sadness will surely take its toll on your psyche, but what about the other things you're suffering with?
No driver purchases a luxury automobile expecting that it will be flawed. In fact, this is precisely why people spend more to drive expensive cars like Mercedes-Benz or Lexus. After all, just the brand names imply quality, and the vehicles tend to drive better than anything else on the road.
As a motorcyclist, it is likely that you are very aware of the dangers involved. However, the unfortunate thing is that no matter how competent a driver you are on the roads of Arizona, you essentially have no control over the actions of other people on the road.
Arizona police have concluded that the woman at the helm of a self-driving Uber vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian was watching the television series, The Voice, on her smartphone when the accident happened. According to authorities, the fatal accident could have been avoided if the driver had been paying attention to the road as she was supposed to be.
As you prepare to head out for a nice ride on your motorcycle this spring season you need to do a couple of things to ensure your safety. Riding a motorcycle is very dangerous. It can also be one of the most exhilarating things you will do in Arizona if you do it safely. Today's post will provide you with tips for making yourself visible to other motorists when on your motorcycle so you can avoid getting into an accident.
Arizona is known for its warm weather pretty much all year long. This means that most motorcycle enthusiasts will get to enjoy their bike during every season. With that being said, some motorcyclists might still put their bike away for the winter in Maricopa. If this is the case, it's time to get the bike ready for the spring season so it is tuned up and ready to go for the first ride.
A lot of motorcyclists have the firm belief that car drivers don't want to share the road with them. Now, it seems like it's possible even the cars without human drivers are out to get the folks on motorcycles!