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On The Road

Ride Responsibly

Experienced riders know local traffic laws - and they don't take risks. Obey traffic lights, signs, speed limits, and lane markings; ride with the flow of traffic and leave plenty of room between your bike and other vehicles; and always check behind you and signal before you change lanes.

Remember to ride defensively. The majority of multi-vehicle motorcycle crashes generally are caused when other drivers simply didn't see the motorcyclist. Proceed cautiously at intersections and yield to pedestrians and other vehicles as appropriate.

You can increase your visibility by applying reflective materials to your motorcycle and by keeping your motorcycle's headlights on at all times, even using high beams during the day.

Our Safety Partners

  • Silver & Silver Safety Partner

  • The Florida Transportation Builders' Association, Inc.

  • FDOT, The Florida Department of Transportation, regulates public transportation in Florida.

  • Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, a cabinet agency of the Florida government

  • Enterprise Holdings private foundation, giving back to communities.

  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; United States Department of Transportation

  • Health Care District of Palm Beach County

  • Bryan & Associates PA
    Bryan & Associates PA

    Bryan & Associates PA

  • TranSystems provides engineering and architectural planning, design and construction solutions.

  • Road construction company in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

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