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Why Lane Splitting Is So Dangerous

Many motorists have heard that lane-splitting is dangerous. Lane-splitting, the practice of a motorcycle driving in between two lanes of traffic, is illegal in some states, including Connecticut. Yet, during the warmer months, you’ll frequently catch other riders doing this get somewhere quicker or avoid the gridlock. But, how unsafe is lane-splitting? According to statistics, one-fifth of…

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Motorcycle Road Trip Safety

One of the biggest thrills for a motorcyclist is setting out on a long road trip with friends. Road trips are a great way to see some sights and get away from all of your stresses for a weekend, but they are much different on a motorcycle than in a car. Particularly for new riders,…

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Most Dangerous Roads for Motorcycles in CT

Did you know that Connecticut is one of the top 10 most dangerous states for riding a motorcycle? Here, statistics show that 72 to 76 percent of all motorcycle crashes result in fatalities. When a driver is drunk, this statistic increases even more. Of all the places motorcyclists can travel across our state, certain spots…

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Should You Ride a Motorcycle in the Rain?

When it comes to rain and motorcycles, some avoid it completely, while others take a strategic approach to riding. While it’s not impossible, rain and its accompanying conditions, like slick roads, poor visibility and wind, add more variables to your ride, making for a far more difficult drive.

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6 Ways Drivers and Riders Can Get Along

Whether you realize it or not, many motorcycle accidents also involve automobiles. Especially during the summer months, all drivers – cars, trucks, and motorcycles – need to learn how to share the road. This endeavor involves taking protective measures and being alert. Partially as a result of the 2008 Recession, more motorcycles have ended up…

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