A few tips that may save your life at critical moments when riding a motorcycle! （1）
• Stay away from heavy-duty vehicles
Many people think that heavy-duty trucks accelerate slowly, decelerate slowly, steer awkwardly, and most vehicles stay away from them, so it must be safe to follow behind large trucks. On the contrary, the large body of heavy-duty trucks affects the driver’s sight and hinders the judgment of the road conditions ahead. If there are pits or obstacles ahead, they can't dodge in time. In the case of rear-end collision, the consequences are usually more serious than those caused by other vehicles.
There’re often falling objects from heavy-duty trucks carrying goods, which are hazardous to motorcycle drivers and passengers. Moreover, due to the shape and volume of the heavy-duty truck body, there is large turbulence at the tail, which may cause unbalance to small and light vehicles like motorcycles.