Written by  Keith V. Trantolo

At Trantolo & Trantolo, we understand, we ride too. Our family has been riding for over 50 years and we are proud to represent and support Connecticut’s motorcycle community. Many members of our staff ride as well, so we are the best people to help if you’ve been injured in an accident. We care about your safety and do not want to see our fellow motorcycle enthusiasts get hurt. If you or a loved one have been the victim of a motorcycle accident, give us a call at any of our Connecticut locations or fill out a form on our website for a free case consultation. We encourage you all to be careful and use the many resources available to you to stay informed when riding on two wheels.

Resources for Motorcycle Safety

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety offers:

  • Information on helmet laws
  • Facts about riding
  • Press releases about motorcycle news
  • Q&A for any unanswered questions you may have

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is dedicated to:

  • Providing the latest news
  • Trends in riding
  • Safety tips for motorcycle enthusiasts
  • Common causes of accidents
  • Promoting motorcycle safety

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration encourages:

  • The basics of road safety, including:
    • Share the road
    • Ride sober or get pulled over
    • Riding laws
  • The latest news in the motorcycle world
  • Updated studies and reports on accidents

Motorcycle Resources in Connecticut

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is your source for:

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CDOT) is a great resource for: