Before starting your engine and hitting the road, do not forget your protective gears. You may be having lazy times in wearing your protective gears, but you never know when accidents happen.
Helmet is a must. When accidents happen, this can save you from being comatose. It protects your head from contusions and lessens the impact of concussion. Wear gloves to prevent your hand from slipping into the accelerator handle. A warm jacket provides warmth from the cold breeze and serves as your first line of defense in cases of accident, along with a long pants and sturdy shoes.
When you are already in the road, make sure that you are visible to other drivers; otherwise, they might accidentally hit you. You should also maintain visibility of them. This will guide you through the course of the traffic, in shifting lanes, and more importantly, for your safety as well.
Always drive defensively. Do not trust other drivers. You may be driving carefully but they aren’t. It’s better to double up your defense-driving to avoid mishaps. Another thing is giving distance from other cars within your space. Just like in driving cars, maintain a distance of one car to the one in front of you; some cars suddenly stops without warning.
Emotions and state of mind also plays an integral part in driving safely. Anger poses a risk of over speeding which eventually leads to accidents. Being drunk is another thing; this is a classic and the usual problem on the road. It impairs vision and judgment, and will pose a higher risk into accidents. Drive only when your mind is clear.
Driving a motor scooter could be fun and exciting. Always bear in mind to drive safely. Not only will it enhance your driving experience, it will also lessen the risks of road accidents.