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.

People drinking water to prevent heat stroke
Melissa Juranitch – Motorcycle Marketing Specialist As riders we face many dangers on the road. Luckily, there are also many preventative measures we can take against them. In the summer when temperatures soar, it’s easy to become dehydrated without realizing it. Learn how to recognize overheating danger signs to stay safe while riding. Everyone is...
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Motorcyclists hits deer
Motorcycle Fatalities by Deer are Higher in 2016 Provided, with permission, by ABATE of Wisconsin It’s the perfect ride; quiet country road, smooth pavement, picturesque scenery and the hum of the road. Just the motorcycle and the country; an escape from the stress and business of life. Suddenly a deer appears out of nowhere and...
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Semi Blind Spots with Motorcycles
Many of us have seen this picture right?  Blind spots are something to take into consideration for all motorcyclists, and not just when it comes to Semi Trucks. Motorcycles and Blind Spots As a motorcyclist you are vulnerable and need to take into consideration your own blind spots as well as that of others. All...
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NIOSH hearing information for motorcyclist
The sun is out and motorcycle season is here. I think most riders will agree one of the best feelings in the world is getting back in the saddle after a long winter. Last-minute preparations and repairs are being made with one eye on the forecast, and it’s easy to miss little details. One often...
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  An ordinary first aid kit just won’t cut it. The types of common injuries that motorcyclists may experience need a special balance of first aid supplies. It is important to know the purpose of and how to use every item in your motorcycle first aid/trauma kit– otherwise its just taking up valuable space. Injuries...
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Motorcycle under Brooklyn Underpass
I’ve heard it all! Pull over safely Never pull over under a bridge Always drive to an exit to get off the highway Angle your vehicle to increase visibility Blah, Blah, Blah. What’s a biker to do? If you experience an emergency and are unable to drive to a “safe” location, what should you do?...
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Biker lives matter
Tony “Pan” Sanfelipo, retired EMT – Accident Investigator Hupy & Abraham, S.C. – Motorcycle case specialist Recent events at Waco brought a profound response from many in the motorcycle community. Likewise, motorcycle clubs and bikers’ gatherings at charity events have garnered more than their share of police scrutiny, profiling and interference. Some of the outcry...
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KMC Road Captains
By Vicki Sanfelipo, RN/EMT Group motorcycle rides can be fun and many close friendships are forged through shared experiences. For some people, a group-ride means that a few friends meet at a truck stop early morning and they don’t return home until it gets dark out. For others, the group’s Road Captains, Road Guards or event planners plan a...
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