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Other hazards you may encounter as a motorcyclist

Reckless drivers are an obvious threat that motorcyclists may come across when they take to the road, such as those who get in their car while they are drunk and those who disregard the speed limit. However, there are all sorts of other potential problem areas that may also lead to a fatal motorcycle accident or cause a motorcyclist to become hurt, some of which are not as common and do not receive very much attention. In this post, we will point out some of these dangers in an attempt to prevent future motorcycle crashes.

Fall weather can be problematic for multiple reasons, including fog that reduces visibility, ice, rain and snowfall in some parts of the U.S. Aside from weather, other hazards may be on the road, such as patches of wet leaves, which can be particularly concerning around sharp turns. Wildlife is another concern during this time of year and some motorcyclists have crashed after a deer or some other animal ran onto the road. Furthermore, these dangers can also cause drivers to veer into the path of a motorcyclist.

You should always make sure that your motorcycle is ready for the road and that any necessary repairs are performed promptly. If you have any doubts with regard to the safety of riding your motorcycle, it is smart to stay off the road until these concerns are addressed. Sadly, even extremely responsible and cautious motorcyclists find themselves in terrible accidents that can result in injuries or fatalities, in which case legal action may be required.

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