Riding a motorcycle in New Hampshire can be thrilling and peaceful all at the same time. With fall rapidly approaching, many motorcycle riders will be heading out to take in the beautiful foliage throughout the state. With more motorcycles on the road, the dangers for riders can become worse. Here's some tips for avoiding common motorcycle accidents.
There seem to be two distinct groups of motorcyclists on the road today: young folks who are just starting out and silver riders -- the folks who put away their bikes when their children were young but are dusting them back off again and making them part of their retirement plans.
If you've ever been to battle -- in a real combat situation -- you know that that this analogy doesn't come close to being accurate, but perhaps it could serve an important purpose. When you go out on the road on a motorcycle, you need to be as careful and attentive to details as a soldier going into battle.
As the spring approaches, it's time to start thinking about motorcycle safety. More people are heading out onto the roads as the weather warms, and there are many risks to consider.
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A man who tested above the legal limit for intoxication following a fatal crash requested that evidence be suppressed in the case against him. The news has reported that the request has been denied, thanks to the orders of the judge.
There are a number of risks that motorcyclists face on the roads, and in the autumn and winter, they can become more dangerous than ever. Things like potholes and changing weather conditions can impact one's ability to ride safely, and other drivers may not be thinking about motorcyclists being on the road because of the time of year.
Data has shown that the highest risk of being involved in an accident on a motorcycle takes place when a rider is new to the roads. For example, in the story of one man, he recounted receiving a motorcycle for his 40th birthday party. He took a weekend training course and got a New York license soon after. Within a couple of months, he had dropped the bicycle twice while he was riding. Both of those times, his main injury was only his pride; he admits that both times, he was cocky and fortunate that he dropped his bike at a standstill.
There are many dangers to motorcyclists on the roads today, but there are a few that are more dangerous than others. These include turning vehicles, panic stops and oncoming traffic.
Proving fault in a motorcycle crash can help you get the compensation you need after you suffer an injury. Determining who was at fault is a task left to police, but it can also help if the other driver admits to causing the accident. Whether it's a mistake or negligence, it's the responsibility of the at-fault party to pay for the medical care and other financial losses you suffer.