Reasons to Avoid Riding Motorcycles: Warnings from an EMT

Before anything else, let’s get one thing straight here: no one has the right to tell you not to ride a motorcycle. We understand the feeling of freedom that riding a motorcycle can bring, and it’s a much more exhilarating ride than driving a box with wheels. We get it. But you better make sure you have affordable motorcycle insurance, because riding a bike can be pretty risky.

In terms of per vehicle mile traveled, you’re 29 times more likely to die in a crash on a motorcycle than if you’re a passenger in a car.

Here are some facts of life that you should be aware of if you’re contemplating the prospect of learning to ride a motorcycle:

  1. A flat tire will be a catastrophe. When you get a flat while driving a car, it’s nothing but an annoyance. You can just pull over the side of the road and begin the tedious task of changing a tire. With a motorcycle, it’s not that simple. The sudden flat will cause you to hurl forward from your bike, and that’s not something you can always walk away from.
  2. The pavement will grate your skin. The result is pretty much the same when you slide on the road. You don’t even have to go that fast and it doesn’t have to be your bare skin. Wear just a t-shirt and when you get into an accident at just 25 mph you can have all the shoulder tissues ripped to
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Selling Second Hand Heavy Equipment

When it comes to selling a used piece of equipment, it can be a challenge to sell it off on the price that you want. Unlike a new machine whose price depends upon the production cost and its competitors in the market, the financial value of a second-hand device would depend upon its condition, its working ability and the area of its purchase. Seasoned brokers are the best when it comes to setting a price and selling them off without a loss to them.

There are multiple ways that the sellers adopt to sell their products to you. The methods of selling the equipment through a broker or through dealers are more common because they are simpler and hassle free. On the other hand, if you are an inexperienced person when it comes to making a sale, yet want to sell your used machinery yourself, then the process can be troublesome.  Here are a few key points that you need to remember in order to decide on the method of selling your machinery.

Selling Yourself:

When you want to sell your own equipment, you would need to be persuasive, but not persistent. When advertising for your sale, make sure that you mention all the details that can lead the buyers to you without any hindrance. When an interested person shows up, don’t force your prospects to buy what you are offering and explain them in a concise manner the advantages they will be getting when they make this purchase. There …

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