The Lehigh Valley is one of the best regions in Pennsylvania to ride a motorcycle. The roads are open, wide and surrounded by nature. With the fall foliage on the way, more and more motorcycles will be on the road taking in all this beautiful region has to offer. Here's how you can protect yourself on a motorcycle from common accidents.
You've always wanted to own a motorcycle, but never pulled the trigger. Now, you find yourself the proud owner of a hog, but are a bit nervous about your first ride alone on the roads of the Lehigh Valley. You can prepare yourself for your inaugural ride by following some of the safety tips for novice riders outlined here.
Drivers are being urged by the family of a motorcycle accident victim to pay attention when driving. The family, from Nashville, Tennessee, has been making the plea ever since their relative was killed in a May 18 accident involving his motorcycle and a pickup truck.
Motorcycle accidents can be some of the most horrific accidents on the roads of Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Riders are not required to wear helmets by law in the state, which can make these accidents even more serious. Victims of motorcycle accidents and their family members, should the accident be fatal, can recover a host of different damages.
Motorcycles are fun to ride, especially during the warm weather months and with a group of friends. But, if safety is not a priority, they can become very dangerous. Even when the rider is being safe motorcycles can be dangerous because other vehicles don't take the time to look for these vehicles. Today we will discuss common medical expenses incurred by motorcycle accidents.
Too many Pennsylvania residents fall victim to drunk drivers. Motorcycle accidents that are caused by intoxicated vehicle drivers often leave riders severely injured. This was the case in a recent incident in which an alleged drunk driver struck a motorcycle.
Motorcyclists in Pennsylvania and elsewhere are often at risk of injury simply due to their lack of protection. A significant percentage of motorcycle accidents are caused by drivers who fail to keep a proper lookout for bikes. Due to their smaller size, motorcycles are not always visible in drivers' rear-view mirrors, so bikers know they must be on the lookout for any unanticipated movements of other drivers.
Motorcyclists in Pennsylvania who are older than 21 years of age and have at least two years of riding experience may ride without helmets. Also, those who have successfully completed approved motorcycle safety courses need not wear helmets while riding. However, not wearing helmets may lead to fatal injuries for riders who are involved in motorcycle accidents.
When a tractor-trailer is involved in an accident that also involves passenger vehicles or motorcycles, the consequences are typically devastating. Motorcycle accidents often leave victims with severe injuries. Two Pennsylvania bike riders were fortunate to survive an incident involving a tractor-trailer on a recent Tuesday morning.
Whenever drivers travel busy Pennsylvania roads, they are at risk of being involved in accidents. Understandably, operators of motorcycles are more vulnerable because they have little protection. It is not uncommon for motorcycle accidents to cause severe injuries that are often fatal.