Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

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Motorist Awareness

Motorist Awareness – Not only do cars need to be more aware of motorcyclists but the motorcyclists needs to make themselves more visible to cars.

Ever see a motorcycle rider in front of you form a hand sign and not know what it means? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Motorcyclists have an entire language of hand signs they form while on the road. These hand signs help communicate information effectively and quickly to other riders and individuals who are riding...
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There’s so much to learn about trauma care that there is no way to address all of the components in one article. If I were to be asked what is the most important treatment to learn, I would have to say, “Stop the bleeding that you can see”! There are a number of programs out...
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Accident Scene Management instructors are required to “apply” to be an instructor. Once their application is accepted and it is determined that they qualify as either a Level One instructor or a Level Two instructor, (Level Two instructor must have a Level One instructor present for the duration of the class), the training can begin!...
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My name is John Herlihy. My friends call me Rogue. I have been asked a lot why I and some others started an organization named Biker Lives Matter and why it is important to me. My answer is simple, there is a need for an organization that calls attention to the tragic loss of lives...
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Niki Smith is a graphic artist who loves to ride. She always wondered what she would do if things went wrong and she needed to respond to a motorcycle crash so she set out to get all of the information she could. After taking the online ASM course found at RoadGuardians.org, she signed up for...
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Motorcycle riding is fun. A day of riding should feel exhilarating and if it’s a really good day, by the end you may feel like you had a good work out. Yes, motorcycling is a sport. The reason why it is considered a sport is because it takes skill. We need to balance on two...
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After an Accident
  For all motorists alike, recovering from an accident is no easy task, no matter how minor the incident. Unlike individuals in car accidents, motorists don’t have a shield of metal to help protect them. Thus, it is crucial to make sure the proper steps for recovering are taken after a motorcycle accident. Provided below...
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  How to Plan and Execute Safe and Successful Group Rides By Vicki Roberts-Sanfelipo   Riding with a group can be one of the most rewarding experiences you can have on a motorcycle. The fun of sharing an adventure with a bunch of friends or a group raising money for a good cause is the...
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