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Preparing your motorcycle for the winter may prevent a Wisconsin motorcycle crash.As you ride on your motorcycle you will begin to notice that the colors of the trees are beginning to change. The nice evening rides through the countryside will no longer be bearable as the cold Wisconsin winter will soon be here. As an individual who appreciates the joy that riding brings, you also know the frustration of not being able to ride.

Not being able to ride means that it is time to winterize your bike. It is an important part of riding that many riders in cold areas neglect to do. Winterizing a motorcycle is the process of preparing your motorcycle for the upcoming winter. Some of the benefits of winterizing your motorcycles are:

  • Extending the life of the motor. Taking the proper steps to winterize a motorcycle keeps the motor on a motorcycle lasting much longer. The vehicle will run more smoothly next year, and you will be able to put more miles on it before a break down.
  • Less rust. Part of winterizing your motorcycle is prepping the frame and metals for the winter. This process will help eliminate rust buildup that can damage the metals on the motorcycle.
  • A safer ride. A properly winterized motorcycle makes for an all-around safer ride during next riding season. This can reduce the risks of a motorcycle accident in Wisconsin caused by mechanical defects. A bike that has all of its tires, motor, brakes and other components working well can prevent accidents on the road.

As fun as riding is, it is important to keep safety first to prevent a Wisconsin motorcycle crash. Part of this safety is to care for and maintain your motorcycle.

If you have been injured in an accident you may be entitled to compensation. For a free case evaluation, contact a Wisconsin motorcycle accident lawyer at Hupy and Abraham. Call 800-800-5678 today to get answers to your legal questions or to get a FREE copy of our book, The Ultimate Guide for Motorcycle Accident Victims.

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham
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