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Heather Bustamante. Farmers Agent 6h
You could potentially save on your motorcycle insurance if you take a motorcycle safety course. Give me a call.
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Vision Zero ND 21h
Thanks to taking a rider course through the North Dakota Motorcycle Safety Program, Bob Haas lived to tell his story. Practice up and take a course. 🏍️
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LookLearnLive 6h
If you ride, don't drink. If you drink, don't ride.
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Ride Safe Indiana 7h
Balance, coordination, and good judgement are all factors when it comes to riding safely on the roads. Learn more about motorcycle safety at and .
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LookLearnLive 3h
Never assume a driver will see you and yield to you. More at:
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AAASDNews Jul 20
Allow extra maneuvering room in areas w/ potholes, pavement transitions & RR crossings. Motorcyclists may need to slow or stop
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Santa Fe College Police 11h
Our friends over at want to share some motorcycle safety tips with you. It could save your life or someone else’s!
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Drive Safe HR Jul 21
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CSP MOST Jul 19
Does your motorcycle have antilock brakes? Data shows that motorcycles equipped with ABS brakes were 37 percent less likely to be involved in a fatal crash than bikes without it. No matter what kind of rider you are, ABS can brake better than you.
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CSP MOST Jul 18
Choose a motorcycle that's easy for you to get on and off the center stand; if it feels too heavy, it probably is!
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inVIEW Jul 17
I could not be more pleased to share that inView, Third Eye Design's wireless helmet-mounted brake and turn-signal light received a perfect score and "wholehearted recommendation" by Motorcycle Consumer News. MotorcycleConsumerNews
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Todd Burris, Attorney at Law 5h
Tips for Riding a Motorcycle in the City Read on:
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Ride Safe Indiana Jul 19
The summer heat can be dangerous for motorcyclists as they are more exposed to the sun’s rays. Alertness on the roads is crucial. Make sure to take a break at least every two hours to cool down and rehydrate.
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Rowan-Cabarrus CC Jul 21
If you’re born to be wild, don’t hit the open road without learning to ride safely! We offer courses co-sponsored by the N.C. Motorcycle Safety Education Program. Find out more at and ride safely!
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Ride Safe Indiana Jul 18
Had a great time filming motorcycle safety videos today! Special thank you to for helping us film!
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Ride Safe Indiana Jul 18
Motorcycles operate differently than other vehicles and don’t always use their brakes to stop. Give yourself enough space between vehicles and share the road to avoid a crash.
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Ride Safe Indiana Jul 14
Want to learn how to ride a motorcycle, but not sure where to start? Ride Safe Indiana offers safety courses in over 30 locations across Indiana! Learn the basics or some new skills by finding a provider near you at .
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CSP MOST Jul 14
Are you being foolish with your gear?
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CSP MOST Jul 20
If you plan on doing a lot of highway riding, you might want a motorcycle with an engine in the 500- to 750-cc range so you can easily keep up with traffic.
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Red Beard Jul 15
Summer is in full swing and motorcycle riders are taking advantage of every minute! Make sure you're safe when you ride on the open road. Click on the link to check out more on Motorcycle Safety today:
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