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Staying Safe On The Road: How To Increase The Visibility Of Your Motorcycle To Others

The feeling of the wind on your face and the road ahead—nothing is better than hitting the highway on your bike. It’s important that you make yourself visible to riders and other drivers to help you stay safe as you ride. Here, we’ll take a look at some simple tips you can implement to make it easier for others to steer clear of you on the open road. 

Dress In Bright Colors

We know—wearing black pairs well with riding a motorcycle, but brightening it up can help increase your visibility and lessen the likelihood that you’ll be involved in an accident. 

Use Reflective Tape

Placing reflective tape on the rim of your bike can boost your visibility, especially at night. Reflective tape bounces light off of your bike, making it easier for drivers to see you in dim conditions. This can be especially helpful for nighttime rides during the cooler months when there are fewer daylight hours. 

Drive Defensively

Drivers should be aware of the fact that motorcycles share the road, but many fail to remember that they need to be aware of who is behind and beside them. Operate under the assumption that most people are not watching out for motorcycles, and be sure to constantly consider whether drivers are aware of your presence.

Need Motorcycle Insurance? Insurance Source Solutions, Serving Oklahoma, Can Help

No matter how hard you work to stay safe when you ride, it’s important to be prepared for the unexpected. Insurance Source Solutions, serving Oklahoma, is here to help you with all of your motorcycle insurance needs. Reach out today or stop by to learn more about motorcycle insurance policies.

How to make sure you have the right auto insurance limits and deductibles?

Buying auto insurance can seem pretty straight forward. Most people are more interested in the bottom line than in anything else. However, the liability limits and the deductibles are vital if you ever have to use your auto insurance. The first thing to ask yourself is, "Do I know what my insurance limits and deductibles are?" Chances are you may not unless you paid attention when you were purchasing your policy or you read your policy. If you live in Oklahoma, Insurance Source Solutions offers its customers 32 years of combined experience. 

Your liability insurance limits are one of the most critical parts of your policy. If you are in an accident, it is essential to know that your insurance will protect you from the results of an accident where you are at fault. How much that limits need to be should be determined by the number of assets you have to lose. If you have very little, then low liability limits will suffice. However, if you are relatively successful, you may want to increase your liability limit and even take out an umbrella policy. 

Your deductible amounts are what you have to pay out of pocket on your collision and comprehensive insurance before they kick in. The higher the deductible, the lower the premium you will pay in most cases. What is the right deductible for you? Only you can answer that but remember, you have to pay it out of pocket. Having a $500 or $1000 deductible is usual. The value of your vehicle and your likelihood of having an accident are considerations. 

When it is time to get a new auto policy or you would like your current auto policy reviewed, Insurance Source Solutions in Oklahoma is here for you. Call our office to make an appointment to discuss your auto insurance needs and get a free quote.

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