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Motor cyclists. Responsibilities. Before you ride: Read the owners manual. Check the tires. Check the controls. Check the lights, turn signals, horn and mirrors. Make sure the side stand and centre stand fold up and stay up.

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Motor cyclists

Motor cyclists


Responsibilities

Responsibilities

Before you ride:

  • Read the owners manual.

  • Check the tires.

  • Check the controls.

  • Check the lights, turn signals, horn and mirrors.

  • Make sure the side stand and centre stand fold up and stay up.

  • If your motorcycle has a chain-drive to the rear wheel, make sure that the chain is properly tensioned and in good shape.


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Responsibilities

On the road:

  • Make sure other drivers can see you.

  • When you're riding in traffic, at speeds under 40 mph, keep a two-second gap between you and thecar in front of you.

  • When you're out on the open road, at higher speeds, the gap should be three or four seconds or more, depending on your speed.

  • While passing always make sure you turn and check your blind spot with your head.


Advice for motor cyclists

Advice for motor cyclists

  • Get motor cycle serviced regularly.

  • Wear protective gear at all times.

  • Keep your bike clean. Dirt can disguise a potential problem.

  • Make sure you have insurance.

  • Resist the urge to speed. Every year a high percentage of riders are killed in accidents while speeding.

  • Never drink alcohol and get on a motor cycle.


Slogan to remember

Slogan to remember

Cars have bumpers. Bikers have bones.

Drive aware.


Safety gear

Safety gear

  • Wear a helmet.

  • Wear eye protection.

  • Gloves should be worn.

  • Wear high visibility gear.

  • Jackets should be made of sturdy material such as denim, nylon, corduroy, or leather.

  • Trousers should be made of thick material, such as leather, to resist abrasion.

  • Raingear makes riding in the rain easier.


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Safety gear


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