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Preparing for your ride by Alpharetta, Georgia Motorcycle Attorney Scott Miller Just like a aircraft pilot does before flying his plane, you should do a walk around and inspect your motorcycle before riding off. During your walk around you should check for safety issues. Make sure your headlights, and your horn, are working. Look at your motorcycle chain or belt and inspect for damage. Inspect your tires for damage, tread wear, and tire pressure. Inspect your breaks to make sure both are working properly. Check your gas tank, and make sure it is full.


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8/18/2016
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Preparing for your ride by Alpharetta motorcycle attorney Scott Miller
 
Just like a aircraft pilot does before flying his plane, you should do a walk around and inspect your motorcycle before riding off.
During your walk around you should check for safety issues. Make sure your headlights, and your horn, are working. Look at your motorcycle chain or belt and inspect for damage.
Inspect your tires for damage, tread wear, and tire pressure.
Inspect your breaks to make sure both are working properly.
Check your gas tank, and make sure it is full.

If everything is OK with your bike inspection, then start your motorcycle and let it sit and idle for a few minutes, to warm the engine properly.

A safe rider always performs these checks before riding off on another motorcycle adventure.

Remember, ride safely, and keep the rubber on the road.

This information is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia motorcycle ticket attorney Scott Miller.

If you have received a traffic ticket, you may contact attorney Scott Miller at 770-4081 for a free consultation.
www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com


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