Motorcycle Driver’s Handbook


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Fatigue

Fatigue impairs your ability to perceive and react to emergencies.

Here are some things you can do to prevent fatigue:

  • Dress warmly to protect yourself from the elements. Wind, cold and rain make you tire quickly. A fairing or windshield is worth its cost if you plan to do a lot of travelling.
  • Limit your distance.
  • Take frequent rest breaks. Stop and get off the bike

If you ever feel that you don’t want to ride your bike – then don’t. If you’re overexcited
or depressed, leave the bike at home because that’s the day you may be
in a collision.

Remember, driving a bike takes your full concentration and attention!

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Rev: 2015