{states_primary} Riders - Be Safe on Your Motorcycle!

To stay safe on {cities_all} streets, you need the right skills to control your ride, and the best safety equipment for just-in-case. {agency_name_long} cares about your safety – so keep these helpful tips in mind when you ride:

When You Ride{regional_designations:cond}, whether it’s in {regional_designations_or}{/cond} – Be Prepared and Protected

  • Update our Policy when You Update Your Equipment
    Make sure each piece of equipment is listed on your policy. Any time you buy new leathers or safety equipment or customize your bike, contact {agency_name_short} and let our team make sure your coverage is current before you head out on the streets.
  • Training Saves Lives
    Smart riders are safe riders – that’s why many states encourage riders to take classes and improve their riding skills. Riders who attend safe riding courses may also qualify for insurance discounts – contact {agency_name_long} to find out more!
  • Helmets Are For Every {states_primary} Rider
    A motorcycle rider not wearing a helmet is 40% more likely to sustain a fatal head injury in a crash than a rider without a helmet.* Buy a full-face helmet for the best protection for your head and eyes. Wear other protective gear as well: heavy leather or synthetic gloves, long pants and jacket, and over-the-ankle leather boots. Want to know what safety equipment is required in {states_all}? Contact {agency_name_long} at {general_phone} or {email} today!
  • Be Visible – In a Crash, the SUV Wins
    When cars and motorcycles collide, it’s usually because the driver of the car never saw the motorcyclist. With more and bigger cars on the road, you need to take extra steps to become more visible. Use your headlamps – both night and day – and wear yellow, red or orange jackets to make yourself easy to see. Make a point of positioning yourself in your lane for visibility when out on the streets.
  • Ride sober!
    Driving impaired is more deadly for cyclists than other drivers. In fact, more than half of all motorcycle deaths occur when the rider has been drinking.*

* Source: NHTSA’s 2008 Traffic Safety report on Motorcycles.

Contact Us!

For further questions and assistance, please contact {agency_name_long} at {general_phone} or {email}.

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