Motorcycle Driver’s Handbook


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Uneven surfaces

Watch for uneven road surfaces such as bumps, broken pavement, potholes, railway tracks and construction areas. If the condition is bad enough, it could affect your control of the motorcycle. This is how to handle uneven surfaces:

  1. Slow down to reduce the impact.
  2. Keep your motorcycle as upright as possible and avoid turning.
  3. Rise slightly on the footrests so that you can absorb the shock with your knees and elbows.

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Rev: 2015