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    Tips to Avoid Injuries in a Motorcycle Accident


    Injuries that you pick up in a motorcycle accident can be very serious and even life threatening. According to experts it is imperative that you take precautionary measures if you want to avoid injuries. A lot of youngsters these days drive at very high speeds in traffic which is why they end up in accidents. Fortunately for us all, road traffic experts are on hand to help. If you want to avoid injuries from motorcycle accidents you should observe the following tips:

    Wear a Helmet

    A helmet is the most important type of protective gear that a motorcyclist should have. A helmet protects your head from injury and statistics show that people wearing helmets have a lesser chance of serious injury. Even passengers should wear a helmet for extra safety. So if you don’t have a helmet right now go out there and buy one.

    Maintain Control

    A biker should always maintain full control of his bike so that he doesn’t end up in an accident. Drive slowly and always follow the speed limits. There is nothing more important than your life so be very careful. Some people also end up in accidents because they are riding under the influence of alcohol. If you find yourself unable to drive properly than ask someone else to drop you off.

    Follow the Rules

    Many motorcycle accidents are very much avoidable. To start with you should follow the traffic rules at all times. If someone else doesn’t follow the signal doesn’t mean you should do the same. Keep your composure and be focused on the road. If you want to avoid motorcycle accidents then keep your eyes on the road at all times.

    Overtaking and Pulling Over

    Some accidents also occur because motorcycle riders do not signal their intentions on the road. Often while overtaking or pulling over motorcycles crash into other cars. Motorcyclists need to be aware of the fact that on the road most other vehicles are larger in size than motorcycles which is why they are difficult to spot. If a car driver misses your indication to pull over he may crash into you. Anyone who gets into an accident should immediately call the police and emergency services.

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    Know Your Skills

    Every motorcyclist should know his skill level. If you have recently started driving then you should be extra careful. Make way for others on the road and make yourself visible at all times. Even experienced riders shouldn’t be too aggressive on the road because an accident can occur at any time.

    Protective Clothing

    Protective clothing is also essential for bike riders because it helps prevent injury of any kind. Sunglasses can protect your eyes in case an accident occurs. Gloves can protect your hands and boots should offer protection to your feet. If you wear leather clothing of high quality you can definitely limit the impact of a fall.

    In case of a motorcycle accident you should contact Accident Advice Helpline. We can help you win the compensation you deserve for your injuries and expenses.

    Date Published: October 6, 2013

    Author: David Brown

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