Motorcycle Driver’s Handbook


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Keep the group small

A large group interferes with traffic, making it necessary for cars to pass a long line of motorcycles. Also, a large group tends to be separated easily by traffic or red lights. Those who are left behind often do unsafe things in an effort to catch up. If your group is larger than four or five riders, divide it into two or more smaller groups.

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Rev: 2015