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  • Keep Your Motorcycle In Top Condition: It Could Save Your Life

    November 10, 2018

    Brampton personal injury lawyers offer vital tips for motorcycle riders. Getting a new bike is always a huge thrill and it’s common for new owners to take great care of their brand new set of wheels. However, with time, they take their vehicles for granted, or they don’t seem to find the time for regular maintenance. And that’s where the danger lies.

    Bike riding needs your 100% alertness and concentration. You can’t afford to take your eyes off the road even for a second. Bike riders like cyclists and pedestrians are the most vulnerable of road-users. There’s zero barrier against impact forces in a collision and accidents usually result in serious injuries.

    Keep your bike in good condition to protect yourself when danger threatens. Follow these tips for your own safety:

    • Ensure that your tire pressure is correct
    • Inspect your tires regularly for wear and tear, damage or uneven tread, cuts, punctures etc. Sometimes, nails get embedded in the tire and result in slow release of air
    • All the manual controls like pedals, levers and light-switches, ignition etc should be working well
    • Front and rear brakes should be in perfect condition – never risk riding with faulty brakes
    • Clean your mirrors and keep them properly adjusted for optimum viewing. If you lend your bike to someone, get your own mirror placement back when it’s returned
    • Fuel and oil levels should be optimal
    • If your bike stand has weak springs, it can be a hazard when you’re doing turns

    Speak to a Brampton personal injury lawyer at Singh Barristers if you’re injured in a collision. You may be entitled to compensation.

  • Keep Your Motorcycle In Top Condition: It Could Save Your Life

    November 10, 2018

    Brampton personal injury lawyers offer vital tips for motorcycle riders. Getting a new bike is always a huge thrill and it’s common for new owners to take great care of their brand new set of wheels. However, with time, they take their vehicles for granted, or they don’t seem to find the time for regular maintenance. And that’s where the danger lies.

    Bike riding needs your 100% alertness and concentration. You can’t afford to take your eyes off the road even for a second. Bike riders like cyclists and pedestrians are the most vulnerable of road-users. There’s zero barrier against impact forces in a collision and accidents usually result in serious injuries.

    Keep your bike in good condition to protect yourself when danger threatens. Follow these tips for your own safety:

    • Ensure that your tire pressure is correct
    • Inspect your tires regularly for wear and tear, damage or uneven tread, cuts, punctures etc. Sometimes, nails get embedded in the tire and result in slow release of air
    • All the manual controls like pedals, levers and light-switches, ignition etc should be working well
    • Front and rear brakes should be in perfect condition – never risk riding with faulty brakes
    • Clean your mirrors and keep them properly adjusted for optimum viewing. If you lend your bike to someone, get your own mirror placement back when it’s returned
    • Fuel and oil levels should be optimal
    • If your bike stand has weak springs, it can be a hazard when you’re doing turns

    Speak to a Brampton personal injury lawyer at Singh Barristers if you’re injured in a collision. You may be entitled to compensation.