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Connecticut Motorcycle Laws You Should Know

For those planning to ride on Connecticut’s roads, it’s advised to be aware of the local laws in advance. What should you know?

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Driving & Walking Dangers of Pothole Season

Many New Englanders cannot wait for spring to arrive. After a long winter, we can finally see the grass and pavement again! However, spring is also the time when potholes begin popping up on our local roadways. Potholes form when water seeps below the pavement, freezes and expands, cracking the asphalt above. Whether you’re on foot, two or four wheels, what should you know about the dangers of potholes?

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Tips for Riding Your Motorcycle in Fall

Although some riders prepare their motorcycle for storage after Labor Day passes, many others look forward to the days ahead for cooler riding weather. As such, with the sun still high in the afternoon, many hit the road for a journey down Connecticut’s most scenic routes.

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4 Tips for Riding a Motorcycle with a Passenger

You’ve gotten a hold on maneuvering your bike along backroads and highways and have a solid understanding of all safety rules. So, you think you can take along a passenger – maybe a friend, family member or significant other wanting to experience the same exhilaration of life on two wheels.

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Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

When riding a motorcycle, there is just as much potential to experience a crash than driving a car. Yet, what’s different and more harmful for the rider is its design. Motorcycles are less stable and, because bikes lack an enclosure around the rider, he or she may fly off the bike when a collision occurs.

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