Motorcycle safety


If you are a person who believes in God, if you injure another person you will have to carry that guilt for the rest of your life.

If you know someone whose lights, brakes, or horn doesn’t work, help them get it fixed!

Do not drive close to a vehicle door. They can open that door at anytime. Don’t be in a hurry. Drive on the right side of the road. Don’t drive if you are drinking or tired or sick. And don’t let a friend or family member drive if they are drinking, tired or sick!

We are all responsible for helping each other be safe. Younger people need lots of training. Most people can avoid one problem — but when two pro blems happen at the same time that is when there is an accident.

Using both brakes every time helps you be faster to stop in an emergency. You have to be very careful with the front brake at a curve or corner. Be sure your tire pressure is not too soft or too hard, both extremes can cause accidents.