The Dangers of Riding in Sand
To safely ride a motorcycle, riders need to have the skill and ability to ride safely in every type of weather and road condition. For riders in certain parts of the country, it may be essential to know how to safely ride over sand in the road or ride in a sandstorm. These conditions can cause serious accidents, especially to those riders who are untrained or inexperienced.
Unfortunately, being a safe and experienced motorcycle rider isn’t always enough to keep you safe on the road. It only takes a moment of negligence on the part of a nearby motorist to cause devastating injuries to an innocent motorcyclist. To speak with a qualified legal representative about your options if you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact the Wisconsin motorcycle accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874.
Riding in Sand
Riding in sandy conditions can be very dangerous, especially in violent sandstorms. To safely ride through sandy conditions, be sure to:
- Protect your eyes. Be sure to wear goggles, sunglasses, or preferably a helmet with an eye shield to keep sand from going in your eyes.
- Make sure your body is covered. Sand hitting you at high speeds can be very painful, and may cause you to lose control over your bike.
- Do not accelerate or brake too quickly, or you may lose traction.
Even if you are riding safely on the road, you can still suffer an injury from a negligent motorist.
At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C., our Wisconsin motorcycle accident lawyers are dedicated to helping accident victims fight for the compensation they need from the parties responsible for their unnecessary pain and suffering. Call us today at 800-242-2874 to discuss your options.