In case you haven’t noticed the warmer weather and longer days of the past month, it’s motorcycle season. This means that more motorcycles are on the road and will continue to be on the road right on through the summer.
This also means that it’s accident season for motorcyclists. Bikers are much less protected in crashes than people using cars to get around because there are no seatbelts, airbags, doors or any other sort of protection for motorcyclists. Due to this fact, fatal crashes are far more common for motorcyclists than for other motorists.
There are many things riders can do to avoid crashes. Accident prevention starts with making sure you understand the things which can cause an accident:
Motorcycle safety, just as with all vehicles, is about paying attention to the road and your surroundings while also exercising caution wherever possible. Don’t fall into the dangerous temptations of relaxing and not taking proper precautions while driving a motorcycle.
For over 25 years, Andrew Prince, Esq. has been representing NJ motorcycle riders who have been injured in crashes. If you or someone you know deserves to be compensated for their injuries sustained in an accident, contact Mr. Prince today for a free consultation about the case.