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What are 10 mistakes new motorcycle riders make

Not using proper hand signals

Hand signals are an important way to communicate with other drivers on the road. It is important for new riders to learn and use proper hand signals when turning or changing lanes.

Riding beyond their skill level

It is important for new riders to gradually build up their skills and confidence rather than attempting to ride at a level beyond their abilities.

Not properly maintaining their motorcycle

Regular maintenance is crucial for the safety and reliability of a motorcycle. Neglecting to check and maintain the motorcycle’s tires, brakes, lights, and other important components can lead to accidents and breakdowns.

Not following traffic laws and signals

It is important to always follow traffic laws and signals when riding a motorcycle, just as you would when driving a car. This includes obeying speed limits, using turn signals, and stopping at stop signs and red lights.

Not maintaining a safe following distance

It is important to maintain a safe following distance between your motorcycle and other vehicles on the road. This will give you time to react to any sudden movements or changes in traffic.

Riding in bad weather

It is generally not a good idea to ride a motorcycle in bad weather, as it can greatly increase the risk of an accident.

Not being visible to other drivers

It is important for motorcycle riders to be visible to other drivers on the road. This includes wearing reflective clothing and using your headlights, especially at night or in low light conditions.

 knowing how to handle a motorcycle in an emergenc

 It is important for new riders to practice emergency braking, swerving, and other emergency maneuvers in a controlled setting before they encounter a real-life emergency situation.

Not seeking proper training

As mentioned in the training manual, it is important for new riders to seek out proper training from a certified instructor before attempting to ride a motorcycle. This can help ensure that they have the skills and knowledge needed to ride safely.

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