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Grapevine Motorcyclists & Motorists Need Each Other to Stay Safe

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There are certain laws of consideration that motorcyclists and motorists can do to keep each other safe while driving on Grapevine roads. When we ignore the “Golden Rule” of treating others how we would like to be treated, then the highway can become a dangerous place. Your Grapevine motorcycle accident attorney has a list of things you can do to stay safe:

Motorcyclists
  • Hold the bike with your legs, not your arms.
  • Do not tailgate or ride between the lanes.
  • Use your signals.
  • Anticipate what cars ahead of you may do by looking forward and ahead.
  • Never drive beside a big rig.

Motorists
  • Be aware of motorcycles. There are fewer motorcycles than cars on roadways, which makes it is easy to forget about them while driving. Make it a habit to scan for motorcycles as you drive.
  • Give motorcyclists more space than you would give a car.
  • Use your signals.
  • Do not pull up next to a motorcycle that is occupying the lane next to you.

The motorcycle crash lawyers at The Hart Law Firm know that keeping Grapevine roads safe will take action from both motorcyclists and motorists. Be aware of each other, and always follow your state driving laws. These laws were put into place to protect you and others while on the road.

Have You Been Injured In A Texas Motorcycle Accident?

If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident you need to speak with an experienced motorcycle attorney as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Colleyville office directly at 817.380.4888 to schedule your free consultation.

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