Originally Posted by CREWZIN
All sounds good but I've been to too many crashes to know that there are so many drivers out there that aren't paying attention, in a hurry or just don't give a hoot about traffic laws. If they need to be in a certain place at a certain time, then world watch out.
I want to point out that many law enforcement (like Carey aka CREWZIN) seldom call them accidents anymore on reports but CRASHES!!!
Originally Posted by rambojoe
the main point was (time and time again I realize) sharpness and skill wont matter sooner or later but you can make a decision that may save your loved one's legs.
racing is a switch. its called self control. a typical weekend can run thousands.... and 3 weeks of preparation, and after actually riding at 110% all desire for adrenaline disappears when I load up.
yup, I am the guy in the middle lane patiently waiting for hell to unfold in front of me ***practicing patience and restraint every minute of the day
is what (mostly) wins...
thank you fellahs again for reading my censored g rated vent
- sorry admins....
***My wife would agree....I have opt a few times for pulling over and having a heart to heart conversation with some drivers.
Hey the bright side is that insurance companies claim that once you have been in a Crash/accident you odds are not likely for it to happen again for the rest of your driving life?
But than they also say that an insured Motorcyclist will have a claim at some point?