Stay out of a lorry’s blind spots. They are much bigger than you think. If you can’t see the driver in one of the lorry’s mirrors, the chances are that the driver can’t see you. The biggest blind spot is on the inside (or kerbside), and on an articulated lorry this blind spot gets bigger as the lorry turns. Do not ride here. Do you realise motorcycles have blind spots, not just cars and trucks?
Many drivers assume that, since motorcycles lack the pillars typical of most pass
So today let's talk about the science of being seen on the road when riding a motorcycle. A few months ago I attended Biker Down free course with the Kent Fire Service and was enlightened about visibility when riding my bike. https://www.kent.fire-uk.org/your-safety/road-safety/road-safety-for-bikers/ Please check here the list of locations and go for it as is a brilliant course https://www.kent.fire-uk.org/your-safety/road-safety/road-safety-for-bikers/biker-down-contacts/ I
A new year, a new start, so I’ve decided to post every Tuesday an article about safety on the roads, road signs, speed limits, CBT, MOD 1, MOD 2, advanced riding and many more. The reason why I want to do this is because in our community we have pillions that may want to become riders but don’t know where to look for information. Maybe they are motorcyclists touring in the UK or riders that just moved in the UK. The United Kingdom has a network of roads, of varied quality and