By: Andrew S. Prince, Esq.
Whether you ride a bicycle, motorcycle, scooter, or just share the road with these riders, it is important to take basic safety precautions to protect our biker friends and neighbors. Bikers and scooter drivers can be especially vulnerable because they do not have the protection of a car or truck surrounding them, and many drivers miss a motorcyclist or scooter-driver when checking their side or rear-view mirrors.
As a motorcyclist, cyclist, or scooter-driver: It is important to take a couple of basic safety precautions to protect yourself and ensure other drivers notice you.
As a car or truck driver: Be careful to check twice before making a lane change or turn. Motorcycles and scooters share our roads and have equal rights to the trucks, vans, and cars driving beside them. Not only do we need to check to see if a motorcyclist, biker, or scooter-driver is present, but it is also important to gauge how fast they are traveling.
If something does happen, contact Andrew Prince. He is here to help. He represents motorcyclists, bikers, pedestrians, and any type of driver who has been involved in a serious accident. If you or a loved one has been injured, please give Andrew Prince a call, and he will guide you through both the healing and legal process.
Andrew S. Prince, Esq.
136 Central Avenue
Clark, NJ 07066
(732) 388-5454 – office
1 (800) 832-6529 – toll-free
(732) 482-1533 – direct
(732) 388-8711 – fax
Additional Offices in New Jersey
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