Dino Agbayani - Motorcycle Safety
Dino Agbayani is keenly aware of the required and supplemental safety precautions for motorcycle riding. He is a highly successful traveling journalist who, since graduating from the University of Hawaii in Honolulu, Hawaii, has frequently traveled by motorcycle to various cities across the country.
There are various safety precautions that are required by law to adhere to when riding a motorcycle, says Dino Agbayani. Some of these required safety standards for motorcycle riding include the following:
Motorcycle helmet that is either three-fourths of full faced.
Over ankle boots
Pants that are long enough to cover knees
Long sleeved shirt
Full fingered gloves
Sunglasses or other eye-protective eye-wear
Dino Agbayani suggests packing an extra set of gloves, as well as eye-wear, just in case one is lost or an additional pair may become helpful while on the road.
Safety on motorcycles can make the difference, quite literally, mean the difference between life and death. When on the road with other vehicles, motorcycles are often the 'odd man out', according to Dino Agbayani. All too often, motorcycle accidents occur because other drivers neglect to look prior to switching lanes, as well as when pulling over to park, he continues.
The types of safety precautions for motorcycle drivers includes being conscientious of other drivers, especially when in thick traffic, says Dino Agbayani. When navigating a new road or area, it's even more crucial to drive defensively, he continues.
For more information, feel free to visit http://coned.howardcc.edu/motorcycle-and-driver-safety.