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Motorcycle Safety Courses in North Carolina


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9/19/2012
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North Carolina’s scenic byways from the coast to the mountains make it a popular destination for motorcycle riders.

 

NC Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

 

New motorcycle riders and experienced riders are equally at risk of being hit by a vehicle driver who is texting while driving, driving while intoxicated or illegally operating their vehicle under another type of distracted driving. However, there are special motorcycle safety courses in North Carolina that help bikers at any level learn safe ways to respond to road hazards and prevent accidents. Our NC motorcycle accident attorneys are not affiliated with any of the courses offered below and are just posting the information as a courtesy.

 

NC Motorcycle Safety Courses

 

Whether you have a friend or loved one who is looking for their first motorcycle or has been riding for years, the NC motorcycle safety courses give bikers the knowledge and confidence they need to respond to hazards in the safest way possible. Bookmark this page and share it with your friends and family for easy access to classes that will help them have a safe driving experience and prevent motorcycle accident injuries.

  • New motorcycle riders in NC can find courses by county here.
  • Skilled motorcycle riders in NC can find courses that build on their existing riding abilities.


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1 Comments to "Motorcycle Safety Courses in North Carolina"

Taking a motorcycle safety course can give bikers the knowledge and confidence they need to respond to the hazards of the road. This can be vital to your safety while riding a motorcycle. Thanks for sharing this information.
Posted by Motorcycle Driving School Floral Park NY on October 23, 2012 at 10:35 AM

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