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Motorcycle Myths

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According to Jeff Dean, motorcycle safety specialist, his five myths are:

Myth One: Laying a motorcycle down is a good way to slow down and avoid an accident.  False – with proper riding techniques a rider will not need to lay the bike down but will learn to avoid front end

Myth Two: Wearing a helmet reduces a rider’s hearing and is dangerous. False – helmets save lives and countless studies prove this

Myth Three: Loud pipes save lives. Possible – in the right situation, but don’t rely on

Myth Four: Wearing black clothing makes you look tough. Maybe – but high visibility clothing is

Myth Five: I’m a good rider. I don’t need any rider training. I just ride. False – even the best riders continue to practice.

For more see http://tucson.com/news/opinion/column/guest/myths-that-make-motorcycle-riding-less-safe/article_6fef8f80-b9bc-5aad-8ba3-c6ef975d8564.html

Daryl Brown

Daryl Brown

Personal Injury Lawyer at MotorcycleLawyer.ca
As a motorcycle accident lawyer, Daryl Brown’s main objective is to serve the motorcycle community where he has been involved for so many years. As a trial lawyer, he understands the needs of his clients and can apply his knowledge and experience to your advantage.

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