Riding a motorcycle is great fun and exciting sport. Motorcycle riding also requires that some extra precautions must be taken to ensure the safety of rider and passenger. These precautions are:

1. Wear a helmet
Motorcycle safety equipment starts with a quality helmet. One of the most serious injuries that can happen is because of a head injury. Always wear a helmet approved correctly. Always confirm that the belt is locked properly.

2. Identify motorcycle
Your motorcycle mechanical skill and knowledge of the basis of your own practices constitute a safe ride. We suggest that you practice riding your motorcycle in the absence of traffic until you are completely familiar with your device and controls. Remember practice makes perfect.

3. Tire pressure
Always keep the air pressure in the right tires recommended by the company.
High pressure leads to lack of communication the way, it may lead to slip while taking a turn or applying the brakes.
Low pressure leads to wobbling, high temperature and low pickup.

4. BRAKING
Always apply both brakes effective to stop the vehicle.
Caution: Do not disengage the clutch while braking.
Never apply the brakes separately one as it can lead to the sliding of the scooter / motorcycle there by causing a serious accident.

5. Wet roads
Riding on wet roads (or) rainy days requires caution. Doubled the braking distance on a rainy day, as the friction between the motorcycle tires and reduces the road. Stay away from the painted surface marks, manhole covers areas that appear fat because they can be very slippery. Be very careful at railroad crossings and on metal rods and bridges networks. Whenever in doubt about the state of the road, slow down.

6. Calls Attend
Your cell phone did not attend when you are driving. Scooter / motorcycle on the roadside garden, and only then attend the calls for you and the safety of others.

7. Start Early
Always plan your journey before traveling. Start early to avoid speeding and aggressive driving as frustration usually leads to accidents.

8. RIDE Wisely
Always stick to the left lane and leave the right lane faster vehicles.
He did not ride in the blind spot area when you follow the car, and always maintain a minimum distance of stoppage best out of the car.
Side sudden wind, which can occur when being passed by large vehicles in the tunnel exits or in mountainous areas, can affect your control.
Reduce your vehicle speed and be alert to side winds.

9. Obeying Traffic Rules
Traffic laws are designed to protect you and other drivers on the road. If we do not keep track of them we not only put ourselves at risk but also the lives of others on the road. By knowing the rules of the road, and practice good leadership skills and generally take care of the road as a user, that help play a vital role in the prevention of accidents.

10. Hill Equestrian
While climbing the hill, motorcycle may begin to slow down and show a lack of power, and immediately shifted to a lower gear to maintain the momentum.
Use the engine brake and gears less safe for travel.
Do not ride down with the neutrality that leads to loss of control.