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  • Safety tips for Motorcycle Riders

    November 6, 2018

    Toronto personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers have important tips for safe motorcycle riding. Whether you’re an experienced rider or a newbie, accidents can happy to anyone, anywhere and at any time. Though they’re termed “accidents” these disasters are rarely “accidental.” They are usually the result of someone’s fault or negligence. That’s why it’s important to ensure that the mistakes and errors are not yours. Studies show that car-drivers are at fault in 60% of such accidents. Talk to an accident injury lawyer immediately. You may be entitled to compensation.

    Motorcycle riding is governed by the Highway Traffic Act and the vehicle is defined as a self-propelled that has a seat/saddle and is designed to travel with not more than three wheels in contact with the ground. The motorcycle must be registered with the Ministry of Transportation, have a valid license plate and the rider must have/carry a license to ride it. Riders must also carry valid insurance and registration card while riding. While a motorcycle ride is thrilling and exciting, you need to be aware of safety precautions:

    • Ride only bikes that you can handle
    • Newbies should take a motorcycle safety riding course
    • Always wear a full-face, Department of Safety approved helmet and good-quality safety-gear
    • Bikers must practice defensive driving
    • Avoid bad-weather rides
    • Wear bright colors/reflective clothing
    • Stay alert and watch other road-users especially at intersections
    • Check for blind-spots and indicate your intentions clearly
    • Avoid distractions like music, taking calls etc

    Toronto personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers are open 24×7 to take your calls in accident emergencies.

  • Safety tips for Motorcycle Riders

    November 6, 2018

    Toronto personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers have important tips for safe motorcycle riding. Whether you’re an experienced rider or a newbie, accidents can happy to anyone, anywhere and at any time. Though they’re termed “accidents” these disasters are rarely “accidental.” They are usually the result of someone’s fault or negligence. That’s why it’s important to ensure that the mistakes and errors are not yours. Studies show that car-drivers are at fault in 60% of such accidents. Talk to an accident injury lawyer immediately. You may be entitled to compensation.

    Motorcycle riding is governed by the Highway Traffic Act and the vehicle is defined as a self-propelled that has a seat/saddle and is designed to travel with not more than three wheels in contact with the ground. The motorcycle must be registered with the Ministry of Transportation, have a valid license plate and the rider must have/carry a license to ride it. Riders must also carry valid insurance and registration card while riding. While a motorcycle ride is thrilling and exciting, you need to be aware of safety precautions:

    • Ride only bikes that you can handle
    • Newbies should take a motorcycle safety riding course
    • Always wear a full-face, Department of Safety approved helmet and good-quality safety-gear
    • Bikers must practice defensive driving
    • Avoid bad-weather rides
    • Wear bright colors/reflective clothing
    • Stay alert and watch other road-users especially at intersections
    • Check for blind-spots and indicate your intentions clearly
    • Avoid distractions like music, taking calls etc

    Toronto personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers are open 24×7 to take your calls in accident emergencies.