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Preventing head and neck injuries in motorcycle accidents

Posted on January 22, 2016 in
When you ride a motorcycle in Georgia, there are certain standards that should be met or you may get into an accident that causes injury. For instance, your helmet must meet certain standards.You should wear an approved helmet. Many motorcycles end up in crashes, mostly due to inexperienced driving. One in five accidents that...
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What should motorcyclists do to stay safe in winter?

Posted on December 4, 2015 in
Motorcycle riding includes inherent dangers, making it incumbent upon motorcycle riders to do everything that they can to minimize the risks to others as well as to themselves.So, this winter, what can they do?One is to keep from having your faculties hobbled by freezing temperatures. You can strive towards accomplishing that by suiting up...
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Motorcycle drivers and passengers are at risk on roads

Posted on November 15, 2015 in
Much attention is accorded to car crashes, but motorcycle crashes can be just as deadly to those driving them, to their passengers and to anyone they hit. Because of that, it is important for everyone to know the facts about motorcycle crashes.According to a National Highway Safety Administration report from 2013, there were 4,668...
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Technology is a huge and growing distraction

Posted on October 9, 2015 in
The American Motorcyclist Association has stated that one of the main reasons that people are involved in both accidents and near misses while riding is because they—or the driver of another vehicle—are distracted. In recent years, distraction has soared to become a near epidemic that factors into more and more incidents—often with deadly implications.The...
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Inattentive drivers post a huge risk

Posted on August 20, 2015 in
As you ride your motorcycle in Georgia, you know that there are a fair amount of risks stemming from other drivers. For example, drivers frequently don’t see motorcycles due to their small size, and so they cut them off, turn left in front of them and merge into lanes they already occupy.On top of...
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