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drivers are entitled to all the same rights as other motor vehicles on the
road. Motorcycle operators are also expected to follow the same rules of the road. Some motorcyclists and motorists,
unfortunately, put themselves in danger by ignoring common sense when it comes
to safety. Here are just some of the safety tips you can use to avoid a motorcycle accident.
a helmet: Many Michigan
motorcyclists under Michigan law are not obligated to wear a helmet while
operating their motorcycle. Opting out of head gear, however, no matter how
freeing or rebellious that may feel, is also a poor decision. Should you be involved
in a Michigan motorcycle accident, your likelihood of suffering a traumatic
brain injury or fatal head injury increases exponentially when you’re not
wearing a helmet. Motorists wear seatbelts. Motorcyclists should wear helmets.
safety gear: If safety
gear makes you feel like you’re anything but one with the road while riding
your motorcycle, think of how you’ll feel if you literally become one with the
road should you wreck your motorcycle. Safety gear like boots, jackets, gloves,
and eye protection might feel restricting, but it saves bones, skin, and more
from major damage, and can potentially save your life.
many people are drawn to motorcycles because they don’t have the same
constraints as motorists in cars and trucks. This different type of ride on the
open road, however, does not give you permission to practice extreme sports.
Riding alongside other motor vehicles requires caution and care – showing off with
stunts because you think you can or feel encouraged to do so by the speed or
lightness of your motorcycle is a sure route to disaster.
the rules: Just
like motorists and bicyclists, motorcyclists are obligated to follow the same
traffic regulations. Speed limits are a particular bone of contention where
motorcyclists are concerned, as is weaving in and out of traffic. Follow street
signs and stop lights, look out for pedestrians, and keep up with the flow of
traffic so you mimic other drivers’ patterns to avoid being hit.
aware of your surroundings: You
can’t count on motorists to see you in their rearview mirror, give you space,
or notice you when they’re changing lanes (especially since so many of them are
distracted drivers). Yes, it’s the
motorist’s job to watch out for motorcyclists, but it’s also your job as a
licensed driver to watch out for the vehicles around you and notice what they’re
doing so you can avoid a motorcycle accident. There are common trip-ups for
motorcyclists that they need to look out for or avoid. Drive defensively by
watching for left-turning vehicles ahead of you, avoiding gravel, and resisting
making quick turns or sudden stops.
must be proactive so they stay safe on Michigan roads. Motorists have their own
jobs to do, like sharing the road and putting the phone down. Defensive,
careful driving on every rider’s part keeps motorcyclists and other motorists out
have been involved in a motorcycle accident, contact David C. Femminineo, Michigan
motorcycle accident attorney in Macomb County, to schedule your consultation.
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