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Motorcycle Rides Around Rhode Island



There is nothing like getting out on the open road for a ride on your motorcycle during the gorgeous summer months. The following are some great day trip ideas for motorcycle riders that offer scenic routes. Putnam Pike Route 44, or Putnam Pike as referred to by locals, begins in the center of Providence and […]

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Motorcyclist Right of Way



The National Highway Traffic Safety Association states that in most accidents involving motorcycles, the non-motorcycle driver is often at fault. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association conducted a study to determine who was at fault in multiple-vehicle motorcycle accidents. They discovered that out of 900 accidents, approximately 66% of the time the motorcyclist was not […]

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Motorcycle Laws by State



Motorcycle laws vary from state to state. It is important to know these laws and abide by them to create a safe driving experience for everyone on the road. One of the most important laws to keep in mind that is the same across all 50 states, informs that driving under the influence of any […]

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What to Wear When Riding a Motorcycle



Wearing the right gear while riding a motorcycle can help to prevent serious injuries in case of an accident. Sometimes, the right gear can even be the difference between life and death. It is important to understand the differences between gear and choose what is right for you. The following is a list of the […]

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Six Reasons Why Boating Accidents Occur.



Millions of adults and their families choose recreational boating for fishing, traveling from place to place, and just to relax during the summertime. When boating, some of the most common causes of accidents at sea include a distracted sea captain, excessive speed, and alcohol use. Here are the top six reasons why boating accidents occur. […]

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