4 Motorcycle Safety Quick Tips from Our Motorcycles Division
At Rubenstein Law, we not only believe in enjoyable motorcycling, but we also promote rider education and safety. Remember to ride defensively by keeping these few simple rules in mind.
DON'T BE INVISIBLE. Make yourself noticed by other drivers by using your lights and proper lane position.
WEAR THE PROPER RIDING GEAR. Protect yourself by choosing the appropriate footwear, helmet, clothing and equipment.
STAY ALERT. Don't impair your senses with alcohol or drugs. Avoid riding when feeling fatigued or sleepy.
KEEP YOUR BIKE SAFE. Use a tire pressure gauge to check your pressure weekly. Tires need to be inspected regularly. Use a microfiber cloth to go over your bike, which will allow you to find any loose parts, fasteners or areas needing attention while polishing. A little regular maintenance goes a long way to preventing problems on the road.
We have been “Your Florida Law Firm” for over 30 years. With nine locations throughout the state and a staff of nearly 300 legal professionals, we will fight for you should you ever need our services. If you or a loved has suffered a motorcycle accident, call us today for a free case evaluation.
DISCLAIMER: the content above is for informational purposes only, and should not be taken as legal advice nor replace legal counsel in the case of an incident. Readers should not act upon blog information, or decide not to act based upon this information, without first seeking appropriate professional counsel from an attorney licensed in the appropriate jurisdiction. If you are in need of legal assistance for a motorcycle crash, please contact Rubenstein Law at 1-800-FL-LEGAL.