Motorcycle Accidents

What to Do After You’ve Had a Motorcycle Accident

Riding a motorcycle can be a liberating experience and a great way to travel. But it’s also a dangerous way to get around. In 2017, 4,990 people were killed on motorcycles. While it’s less than in 2016, that number is still too high. But not every motorcycle accident ends in tragedy. Other accidents can lead to injury, motorcycle write-off, or long-term problems. Do you know what to do after a motorcycle accident? Read on to learn more. 1. Stay Calm and Seek Medical Help If you had a motorcycle accident today, your first job is to stay calm. You need to look after your health before

Is Motorcycle Lane-Splitting Legal in Florida?

Motorcycles are smaller, narrower, and generally more maneuverable than standard passenger vehicles. Due to their nature, many motorcyclists irresponsibly choose to engage in dangerous maneuvers on the road, taking advantage of their bikes’ smaller frames to weave in and out of traffic like no other vehicle can. One maneuver that is legal in some states is lane-splitting, and the term describes any time a motorcyclist passes between two lanes of slower or stopped traffic. Although some states do not consider lane-splitting illegal, Florida is not one of them. Motorcyclists in Florida should understand the law concerning lane splitting and acknowledge