If you are riding a motorcycle in the State of West Virginia, you should be aware of the laws.
You should have all of the required safety gear: eye protection, a helmet and a working headlight.
Be on the lookout for roaming wildlife.
West Virginia's moto is Wild and Wonderful for a reason.
Roadways in the mountains can be curvy and treacherous.
If you are faced with a winding road, make sure you slow down at unfamilair curves.
Larger trucks are common on back roads across the state.
West Virginia is part of coal country, and that leads to hundreds of coal trucks on the roads.
One lane roads can be treacherous for motorcycles, let alone large trucks.
West Virginia roadways are not all paved and the ones that are usually are in some stage of deterioration.
Gravel can be a difficult terrain for a biker.
Share this with your biker friends and family, especially those coming in from out of state.
We want everyone to be safe on our roadways.
If you need information after a motorcycle accident, do not wait to contact your motorcycle lawyer.