Phoenix, AZ - January 8, 2016 - (Newswire.com)
Categorically, a large percentage of motorcycle accidents occur as a result of abrupt or dangerous lane changes made by other motor vehicles. Hastings & Hastings notes that these types of accident may be particularly dangerous should they occur at high speeds while traveling on a highway or a freeway. Hastings & Hastings advises that in terms of prevention, motorcyclists should always do their best to stay out of other vehicles blind spots. Further, motorcyclists should practice the tenants of defensive driving.
Hastings & Hastings additionally cautions motorcyclists on the danger of performing their own lane changes. Clearly communicating with the other vehicles on the road is a key element of accident prevention. Use turn signals to prepare other drivers for all imminent lane changes. Motorcyclists should always wait a few seconds after activating their turn signals before performing the lane change.
Hastings & Hastings advises that carefully following traffic laws is an important aspect of accident prevention. Motorcyclists should always traveling the speed limit while staying mindful of traffic conditions.
“Motorcycle riding sure can be exhilarating. It can also be practical and convenient while saving drivers money. We want motorcyclists to be as safe as possible. Unfortunately, you can’t always account for the actions of other drivers out on the road. Motorcyclists often have to be mindful of their own safety. Hastings & Hastings is here for the support of motorcyclists should they ever experience an accident. We will fight relentless to defend your rights, helping you to get the compensation you deserve,” said David Hastings, the founder of Hastings & Hastings.
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