Go to your local motorcycle dealer in your area and work with them to help you in selecting that best bike for you. Sit down on the model and make you picked, and make sure you're feet are not dragging on the ground. A good dealer will have true knowledgeable sales people.
. Beware of taking curves that you can't see around. A parked truck or a patch of sand may be awaiting you.
. If someone is tailgating you, either speed up to open more space or pull over
and let them pass.
. Wear protective clothing and a helmet
. Do not try to 'get even' with another rider or motorist by giving in to road rage.
. Take a motorcycle safety course to learn what to look for to avoid accidents.
There is No-Fault insurance available to motorcycle riders. This means that in the event of injury in a motorcycle accident, private health insurance must pay the bills.