The best way to avoid a motorcycle accident due to inclement weather is to simply not ride while conditions are messy. However, there are times where riders will find themselves in situations where they have no other option but to ride through the storm. We have put together a few guidelines to help you through . . .
Want a ride? Motorcycle safety procedures include not only operators but passengers as well. Hopping onto the back of a motorcycle without the proper attire, practice, and safety discussions can be a recipe for disaster. We have created a list of safety guidelines for operators and their passengers, which we believe, could help prevent many . . .
Not all states have the same motorcycle safety requirements. In fact, surprisingly, not every state even requires that individuals wear a helmet while operating a motorcycle. However, Georgia, under O.C.G.A. § 40-6-315(a), does require that all motorcyclists, regardless of experience and age, wear a helmet when operating a bike. Like car accidents, liability for damages . . .
There are general rules of the road which all motorists must adhere too. Motorcyclists also have additional safety rules which they must follow. We have created a list of some general safety guidelines for motorcyclists and other drivers, which we believe, could help mitigate many potential accidents involving motorcycles. 4 Ways You Can Reduce Your . . .
When a wreck happens, things move quickly and many people do not know what to do. That is particularly true if major injuries are involved in the wreck. We’ve identified 10 things you should do immediately after being involved in a motorcycle accident to help protect your legal rights. 1. Report it. It is required in . . .