3 Laws that Endanger Motorcycle Riders

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Acum 4 luni

No surprise to anyone paying attention but it’s not all rainbows and sunshine when it comes to laws and motorcycles. Do some traffic laws actively increase your risk factor instead of minimizing it?
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FortNine Acum 4 luni
To answer some common questions on the first one: Crashing due to failure to turn your ABS back ON requires a rider to: 1.) Disable it in the first place, which beginners rarely do. 2.) Forget one’s settings when rejoining the pavement, despite the obvious visual and tactile reminders that the surface has changed. 3.) Fail to notice the bright orange (ABS) light on the dash, which is another (more sensible) requirement of UNGTR 3 whenever ABS is disabled. And 4.) apply the brakes poorly enough to crash. All this requires a level of incompetence so high that it is actually less common. On the flip side, crashing due to failure to turn your ABS back OFF is easy. Off-roaders stop their bikes all the time - to consult a map, to chat with other riders, or simply because they stalled or tipped over. It’s common to quickly restart the bike and forget that ABS has automatically re-armed itself. There are no external reminders because the riding surface hasn’t changed, and the dash warning lights are now unlit (off-roaders rarely look at the dash anyway, since they are typically standing). On top of all this, no amount of braking skill can prevent a crash when ABS is working against you. My conclusion is that the law is poor, because it serves an unlikely level of incompetence at the cost of causing averagely-competent riders to crash. Most ADV folks will tell you that it has happened to them. Bear in mind that this does not affect the vast majority of motorcycles, which do not have switchable ABS in the first place. ~RF9
just adam
just adam Acum 8 Zile
Every complaint I have heard about this is because somebody forgot
FlameHazeist Acum 18 Zile
@Sean Ahearne I totally concur wih you. I've never felt like pushing my own braking in the wet as it's scary, even with ABS (it is quite an unsettling feeling to feel like you're falling to a stop). But now thinking about it even practice in the wet at 75% would save both of us from little to no braking or too much braking! It's definitely on my next to-do thing before my next ride in the rain. On your Bonneville have you tried sintered HH brake pads? That's what I have on my sport bikes and they've never felt wooden, cold or hot!
Sean Ahearne
Sean Ahearne Acum 21 o Zi
@FlameHazeist I don't doubt it, but it's one thing doing it in a parking lot and another doing it on the road in the wet when you aren't expecting it or doing it as an exercise. Getting a face full of car body and a bit adrenaline shot definitely reduced my ability to brake effectively too. It was also on an old Bonneville with a single disc which is a bit wooden at the best of times 😅
FlameHazeist Acum 21 o Zi
@Sean Ahearne You'd be surprised actually! I've been practicing the MotoJitsu belt drills and I can do 5.25 m from 25 mph on my VFR800 and a little more than that on my R1, both on sport touring tires and in a dusty parking lot. The MotoJitsu guy can do it in under 4.57 m on his R1200GS on clean pavement so you definitely could have saved a lot of $$$!
Sean Ahearne
Sean Ahearne Acum 21 o Zi
@FlameHazeist Ordinarily I would agree, but in this case I had 30mph to scrub off over about 5 metres, which wasn't going to happen whatever I was riding; particularly since the driver in question did spot me as they pulled out and also panic braked, parking across the middle of the lane. I'm glad I came off the bike in this instance even though it occured due to my own poor braking technique.
Bitplanebrother Acum 2 ore
germany hits the cake again...pretty new we got roads (highways?) where outside of the ctity limits is allowed to go 100 Km/H..but just bikers only are limited to 60km/h...pretty funny..especally that TRUCKS are allowed to go 80km/h there...
pointer2null Acum 20 ore
Whatever country you're in, the road laws are set for the lowest common denominator of skill.
Ananthu Stalin
Ananthu Stalin Acum 22 ore
4:36 a demon
Olivier Dylag Krolikowski
Olivier Dylag Krolikowski Acum o Zi
Any lawyers in here that would want to start some sort of petition so we can legalize lane filtering in canada?
N L Acum o Zi
God damn those lane splitting accidents. Insane to me they assume no one would ever merge lane in traffic. Definitely think filtering should be a thing but yeah that splitting is dumb AF
John Mitchell
John Mitchell Acum 3 Zile
I was gonna make that exact comment it's true car drivers can get very aggressive when stuck in traffic
StickyBucket Acum 3 Zile
Ryan for Prime Minister!!!
Ganesh Karhale
Ganesh Karhale Acum 4 Zile
turning right on motorcycle is hard for me not because of the curve radius but because i feel uncomfortable turning right i feel i will fall
Eric Gray
Eric Gray Acum 4 Zile
I agree with everything except the filtering thing... People don't know how to filter properly and it is relying on the assumption that traffic WILL NOT start moving BEFORE the biker reaches the front of the traffic. 4 different bikers have smacked into my rear view mirror as I was parked at a light and they tried to filter by... None of them so much as waved to apoligize. The other issue is when traffic does start moving, the cars up front have almost no idea that a biker is rolling up extremely close on their side because they are paying attention the light and traffic, and thus if they sway from their lane even a little bit... SMACK goes the motorcycle that was probably then just speeding up for the same light the car was. I can go on but ultimately that is the only thing that seems more like something cyclists just want to do, no something that is ACTUALLY safer to do. So quit being selfish and wait your fuckin turns like everyone else has too.
Eric Gray
Eric Gray Acum 4 Zile
Combine this with the fact that a motorcycle can and OFTEN DOES stop faster then most cars, and combine all of THAT with the Chads of the world in the car that the biker just filtered past... and think of this... That Chad is probably gonna be a bit ticked that the biker just gets to cruise through the light HE WAS first at... so the Chad will drive faster to tailgate the biker cause he is angry about the biker being in front of him... then the biker goes to brake for the next light and the Chad driving angrily, and way too fast behind the biker that just pissed him off... will hit the biker. It is just creating potential road rage, and a multitude of situations most car drivers aren't thinking of.
John S
John S Acum 4 Zile
rickdixontn Acum 4 Zile
I don't support mandates for technology. I agree that anyone who doesn't want ABS brakes should be allowed to turn them off or purchase a bike without them and use their braking technique they learned in the 70's, just like me. But the statistics are clear, bikes with ABS are involved in over 30% less fatal crashes. Even the most experience rider is less likely to lose control in a panic situation with ABS brakes. This is especially true in wet conditions. Ride on.
Some Weeb
Some Weeb Acum 4 Zile
Lane filtering is legal in California, I'd say it makes up for the emission laws.
Comrade134 Acum 5 Zile
North Americans absolutely suck at driving because the laws are so obnoxiously rediculous. In other countries people are free to hone their driving skills without being chased by trigger happy pigs.
Michael H
Michael H Acum 7 Zile
Captain Obvious
Mr. B
Mr. B Acum 10 Zile
That jab at those that drive in a box can't think outside of it is savage and I love it.
Ryan Volberg
Ryan Volberg Acum 12 Zile
Love your videos. Thanks for fun and informative content!
Aidan Begovic
Aidan Begovic Acum 14 Zile
6:09 I think the fact that I spent most of my life (9yrs out of 16) in Ireland where we drive on the left will help me with right hand turns,since I'm planning on moving back to Canada 🤷‍♂️
Random Name 12
Random Name 12 Acum 14 Zile
In California, lane filtering (and lane splitting) is legal.
grumpybill Acum 14 Zile
All laws, rules ,and regulations are for the lowest common denominator in society.
Maxpower4908 Acum 16 Zile
Those lane splitting videos make me cringe.
Aarav Rahtole
Aarav Rahtole Acum 17 Zile
well thanks for explaining why right hand turns are dangerous, cause Now I know that In India where we drive on our left. Here left turns are dangerous.
Coolidge Acum 17 Zile
>why is lane creation illegal Because you've never been to any countries where it IS legal. Even places where speed is low. You create a breeding ground for idiots to do more stupid things.
SoCal Golf
SoCal Golf Acum 18 Zile
Legal in California. I only do it when I have too , then I see dudes pass me up doing 80 in stopped traffic . Stupid cars wander too much also and don’t even care if I’m reviving the pipes .
Gilberto Heredia
Gilberto Heredia Acum 18 Zile
Thanks for the suggestion on the right curves!
Robert Belote
Robert Belote Acum 18 Zile
Excuse me sir , we as Americas government have no interest in logic , please see yourself out .
Marksman303 Acum 19 Zile
Canada. Where a law must make people feel safer, even though it doesn't do a dam thing at best or makes things worse.
TechGoggles Acum 19 Zile
There are no laws in india and we have more 2 wheeler accidents than any where in The world
B Keem
B Keem Acum 19 Zile
Wait. Wouldn't right turns incapsulate turning right at intersections where you are passing over an oncoming lane to get into your left lane?
Jay Strock
Jay Strock Acum 19 Zile
I have never neen in a motorcycle accident. Is that by accident or bedause I ride slow and safe?
Jay Strock
Jay Strock Acum 19 Zile
most motorcycle accidents are caused by motorcycle riders driving to fast or unsafely
nope Acum 20 Zile
"Our laws should presume intelligence rather than incompetence" Uhh... have you never been to earth then? We have laws BECAUSE people are incompetent.
gonebytrain Acum 21 o Zi
Filtering isn’t allowed in Japan. Got rear ended while waiting at a busy traffic light... a bike in a chain collusion is not fun... -.- (Luckily the car behind me took most of the hit, they were also standing still before they got pushed into me, so probably saved my life. )
Simon Hutson
Simon Hutson Acum 22 Zile
"Our laws should presume intelligence, rather than incompetence." I love this statement. the problem is that in all things stupidity knows no bounds and we must all pay for this
Flemo Acum 22 Zile
Australian here, - filtering is legal here. One caveat with legal filtering is the pressure to launch from the front after you successfully filtered to the front. Car drivers get shitty if you slowly take off, forcing you to launch fairly quickly once the light goes green. This putting you in another danger, people who run reds.
Ender Wiggin
Ender Wiggin Acum 22 Zile
1:56 you argued idiot forgot to rearm and it saved him, then said it's the bikes fault if you're still of road.. that, to me is idiot v idiot. Know your equipment, learning curve? Fine.. still.. it's on the operator.
Jacob You
Jacob You Acum 22 Zile
Did you censor the word "Canada"?
Sonrise Sunset
Sonrise Sunset Acum 23 Zile
Revnge7Fold Acum 23 Zile
Good points!! Keep up the good work!
David Rayner
David Rayner Acum 23 Zile
If filtering is illegal where you live and you don't want to be rear ended in a line of stopped traffic, simply stop behind the last car but well over to one side or the other so you can see along the side of said car. You haven't gone past it so it's not filtering but if the moron behind you fails to stop where he should and encroaches into your space or even slams the car in front, the crash happened next to you, not on you. You get to ride away. You're still in the line of traffic rather than out front, but you get to ride away.
GraveUypo Acum 23 Zile
are you actively trying to get people to hate bikers? because that "box" comment sure did wonders for me. first video of yours to get my thumbs down. not only because of that though. that "law should presume intelligence" was really hypocritical since your take on that was pretty stupid itself. the content was weak on this one.
Brett Beach
Brett Beach Acum 24 Zile
Danijel Android
Danijel Android Acum 24 Zile
1:58 incompetence always beats intelligence. If you are that intelligent, you should remember that the abs is turned on after each ignition.
Gabriel Tobing
Gabriel Tobing Acum 24 Zile
1:27 Ah yes, the united nations. Another big piece of sht.
Shivraj Gill
Shivraj Gill Acum 24 Zile
fortnine for president
Michael Idarecis
Michael Idarecis Acum 25 Zile
Riding in NYC area the cars intentionally jump in front of you if you try to filter between cars. There were many times that if had a chain in my hand would definitely destroy someone's window. As a rider you just know when someone does that intentionally.
Kevin Tyler
Kevin Tyler Acum 25 Zile
Ignorantia juris non excusat, the only time the law doesn't presume incompetence.
Fraser Palmer
Fraser Palmer Acum 25 Zile
This guy is great!
Nites2k Acum 25 Zile
Yo this guy lives in BC!?
Kenshō Acum 25 Zile
I wish there was a way to change this ABS/Modes in my Africa Twin Adventure Sports 2020.....
Paul Makinson
Paul Makinson Acum 25 Zile
I have driven a motorcycle for 10 years while a student in Paris. All motorcycles filter through traffic there. Nobody thinks it's a problem. The périphérique (ring road) turns into a parking lot during rush hour. At least the bikes can get through.
snek Acum 25 Zile
This channel is fantastic, just discovered it. I don't ride anymore but this has me thinking about it.
frank thetank
frank thetank Acum 25 Zile
what i really wanna know is how did you get that shot ... nice! 5:38
Der Richtige Arzt
Der Richtige Arzt Acum 26 Zile
"laws should assume inteligence" proceeds to spew some of the most retarded things I have ever heard on the internet. We call bikers "donors" in my country, because they are ussualy living organ holders. And I see that its not only in here but everywhere. Nice.
Ted Spencer Sr.
Ted Spencer Sr. Acum 26 Zile
ABS sucks and should be outlawed!!!
Jesse Turner
Jesse Turner Acum 26 Zile
of course there is a study that shows accidents increase when vehicles are in close proximity! How many times have you heard of a car crashing into something that's miles away from it?
NotALot1135 Acum 26 Zile
Filtering is fine when the bikers do so carefully. Alas, in U.K. cities, idiots on scooters scraping their wing mirrors have made car drivers less “bike friendly in recent years. Cyclists ignored all the rules of the road haven’t helped.
qdllc Acum 26 Zile
Left vs. right...there IS an option. Presuming there is no oncoming traffic, get as far to the center as possible when beginning the actual turn to increase the turning radius and extend the line of sight. This actually comes from law enforcement training. Motorcyclists typically try for a perfect execution of a turn...single apex, but law enforcement found 2 or more apex turns to be better in less than ideal conditions (not on a controlled track or road with perfect visibility through the turn).
qdllc Acum 26 Zile
Why keep lane filtering illegal? Because too many drivers on the road are selfish assholes.
qdllc Acum 26 Zile
My beef with ABS is that for the “benefit” you get, it cheats the rider/driver of learning how to threshold brake as ABS kicks in before you reach it.
Kunal Khargal
Kunal Khargal Acum 26 Zile
India: we don't know what the lane filtering is?....we don't know left or right hand drive.....we don't know lane driving.... We know one thing only: If there is space ....tiny space .....lets make a lane😂😂😂
Shane Thomas
Shane Thomas Acum 26 Zile
So happy that lane filtering is legal here, the problem is people who don't know or understand, car drivers and motorcycle riders both seem to not know that it's better for them. Or they confuse it with splitting
Niscent Acum 26 Zile
there's one thing in the name of safety that should never under any circumstances be done, it's half-automating something. want to make sure people don't leave their abs off while going back on road? make a more advanced abs that can deal with low friction surfaces, or make a more advanced detection system that automatically turn it off and on based on the terrain. making any sort of auto-on without the auto-off is actively causing people to forget it and be careless. because it not only divide by two the number of times you have the opportunity to check and as such build a good habit, it straight up remove from you the ability to doubt yourself and wonder about your current settings. it may seems like it's a good thing because you can't misremember your settings, it's always in the default state until you change it, but it's actually the opposite, instead of asking yourself what mode you're using and having the obvious answer "i didn't change it since start so it's abs on", you don't ask yourself any question because there's no room for it. a pretty stupid example of that happened in the game league of legends. one of the roles (jungler) in a team imply that you must take a specific spell (smite) to fill it, but it's basically useless outside of that role. the game always load your last choices by default during your character selection including said spells, so if last time you where at the jungler role, you would have smite selected. now a couple years back they added a function to the game that would automatically replace your spell with smite when you're playing jungler. never people have forgot to change their spells between games as much as since then. even more ridiculous, most people won't forget to change when they go from one of other roles to another (so anything outside of that jungler and smite thing) because they are still expected to pick certain spells depending of their roles, but still forget to swap when they played jungler last game and play another role now.
Shannon McStormy
Shannon McStormy Acum 26 Zile
Filtering being illegal is a good law and I rode for decades. There is simply no safe way to weave between traffic at any speed - especially as time has moved forward and SUV's have become more and more popular. Not to mention there are vehicles on the road like semi-trailers who naturally take up more room and cars and trucks pulling smaller trailers. There just isn't enough extra room, even when you add up the extra room in both lanes. If cars are in gridlock, no one expects a motorcycle to drive past significantly faster than everything else is moving - and I put bicycles in the same category whom its illegal for as well. Plus, another reason for filtering being illegal is that because the driver is not in the center of the car, not everyone is keeping the car perfectly centered in the lane. This isn't a race track, its a public road with a bell curve of driver skills, awareness, experience and familiarity. You have people driving new cars they are unfamiliar with, people who are lost and/or unfamiliar with the area looking for a gas station or where they are supposed to pick someone up. As an aware motorcyclist, I looked for the cars behind me not slowing down coming up to an intersection and would slow down a bit more gradually, pumping the breaks and weaving just a hair to make sure the driver behind me is paying attention. There are lots of ways for a good motorcyclist to avoid some of these things. Finally, because most of the vehicles on the road are of the 4-wheeled variety, debris tends to accumulate in the gutters....but also around the edges of the lane. Blowing a tire when you are moving at 20 mph only a foot or two away from cars on either side is a bad place to dump. Furthermore, how many times did you spot debris in the lane at the last minute and had to jog to the side to avoid it? If I'm filtering between cars, there is no place for me to go. There are many many good reasons for this law and while some, such as creator above site suggest that the biggest reason is likely that no car driver wanting someone else to "get ahead of them" as motivation for keeping the law, you also have motorcyclists who may want the law to change just so they can avoid heavy traffic and say nanner nanner to the car drivers in the on-going passive aggressive war between 4 and 2 wheeled motorists.... but saying this doesn't make it so and I have yet to see a study saying that either has been proven by even a casual survey. .
Girishkumar Peddi
Girishkumar Peddi Acum 26 Zile
"Law should presume intelligence instead of incompetence" There are more idiots in the world than smart people Also if that was how people's brains actually work then there wouldn't have to be any revisions of laws ever. And lawyers could never find loopholes.
GraveUypo Acum 23 Zile
yep, you're completely right. for a smart person it's a minor inconvenience. he'll be aware it set itself back up and undo it again. for a moron, it's a potential death sentence to have it not reset itself automatically.
Nibs Acum 26 Zile
So, laws should be written assuming people are intelligent, "the safest place for ABS is wherever the rider put it", then in the next segment bikes should be allowed to filter because otherwise stupid drivers will hit them...All bikers are smart and all drivers are dumb? But then you point out lane splitting is stupid...so NOT all bikers are smart. Laws HAVE to be written for the lowest level of intelligence. They have to account for the type of driver that tweets, and the type of rider that splits lanes.
shinn315 Acum 26 Zile
Abs should be a toggle for the conscientious rider who isn't conscientious enough to check his abs setting at each start? 🤔
bobsagget823 Acum 27 Zile
1. wrong 2. also wrong 3. irrelevant retarded video
Dan Gerous
Dan Gerous Acum 27 Zile
If I couldn't lane filter AND split. I wouldn't ride. I live in the city. Simple as that.
Ellejay Smith
Ellejay Smith Acum 27 Zile
We can lane filter in Melbourne Australia. I commute daily all year round and pity those stuck sitting in their cars. Thumbs down though to those drivers that intentionally move across to block us from getting through. I just don’t understand that mentality.
Arcadia Acum 27 Zile
Thankfully we can do lane filtering/splitting in California.
demonpride1975 Acum 27 Zile
i agree with you with lane filtering, only problem is, you seem to think there is less aware people in cars as there is on bikes. while there definitely is people on bikes who would use lane filtering properly. it is also on you on a bike to be aware of your surrounds as much as a person in car, you can't put blind faith in people in cars. that is a bad way of thinking.
Dmitiy Kovalev
Dmitiy Kovalev Acum 27 Zile
i love watching this dude haha
Kvpx Acum 27 Zile
How do I do that skid park u did behind the truck
Kvpx Acum 27 Zile
My bike don’t have abs
Andrew Peterson
Andrew Peterson Acum 27 Zile
I don't even have a motorcycle but I have been binge watching your videos. Very professional and top quality content!
triadwarfare Acum 28 Zile
You're on point on Lane Filtering. I'm hoping it stays legal in the Philippines
Dvjt vjn
Dvjt vjn Acum 28 Zile
Yet to see a poorly made video from this guy.
jj0716 Acum 28 Zile
Did you just break a camera? 😂
darkenblade986 Acum 28 Zile
what is the 3rd law?
Camularity Acum 28 Zile
Not sure if mentioned below: Lane filtering is legal in Australia where two lanes in one direction and traffic is
Scott Nemeth
Scott Nemeth Acum 28 Zile
Ps... I feel the same way about traction control on my car... when it under steers on an icy turn... the only way I can safely counter it is to kick the back end out in a controlled power slide to correct the under steer were traction control only makes the understeering worse and takes car control away leaving me as a passenger instead of a driver with rear wheel drive cars
Scott Nemeth
Scott Nemeth Acum 28 Zile
Motorcycle filtering annoys me when trying to switch lanes in a traffic jam and some drives a bike randomly in between the lanes cutting me of taking my gap away by cutting me off and taking my spot that the car next to me started to open up and let me off on my exit when stuck in 2 hr traffic jams on the dan ryan when we are all already worn out from work causing unexpected accidents from a random biker popping out in between the lanes when they are already hard to see coming between cars. We must all suffer together 😈... Satan demands more suffrage and he has bern suite pleased the high amount of traffic jam suffrage create through the construction of the dan Ryan expressway... especially when it floods
Justin Acum 28 Zile
4:28 Yeah well that "box" can reduce you to a stain on the pavement and I would barely notice.
GraveUypo Acum 23 Zile
i thought his comment was in bad taste too, but you're just reinforcing his point with this attitude.
R H Acum 28 Zile
I hate lane splitting. I experienced it so much in California and it's just so dumb.... They have nobody to blame but themselves when they run right into someone or get side swiped. They go significantly faster than traffic and just assume you will drive perfectly straight.
Fire God1001
Fire God1001 Acum 28 Zile
If I look in my mirror and see a bike coming in between cars im opening my door! I'm a biker myself and that shit pisses me off! Its dangerous af! And assbags that do it need to learn!
Sea Dog
Sea Dog Acum 29 Zile
Used to be legal to lane filter in Virginia back in the 60's.
Mike Mac
Mike Mac Acum 29 Zile
Wait, is it really illegal to make a right hand turn on a bike?
Mehrunes Acum 29 Zile
I would love to see you do a touring movie in a country that motorcycle dominated And give us your thought about the law and safety.
Mangbung DOUJAPAO Acum 29 Zile
If u wnna do research on bike safety come in India...if u pass u can drive anywhere
i minabrons
i minabrons Acum 29 Zile
Nothing funnier than a self-righteous biker or cyclist waving factoids at the camera to prove their own built-in, self-serving prejudices. Uh ah, before you start going on about motorists, blah, blah, blah, hypocrites. I haven't driven a car or van in over 23 years. Most of the time I ride my bicycle or use public transport.
Ron M
Ron M Acum 29 Zile
Nanny state.
bradders2125 Acum 29 Zile
Only just started watching your videos. I always prefer taking left turns, I'm in the UK so lefts are the tighter radius.
Miguel Sandoval
Miguel Sandoval Acum 29 Zile
I think ive commented on a youtube video a handful of times or less. I feel i just have to thank you personally for your content. Its thoughtful often lighthearted and as seemingly unbiased as any normal human can hope to be. Its refreshing and a voice like yours in important places is a force unheard of. I will support this channel till my hands can no longer grip a throttle. @fortnine
Ron Criswell
Ron Criswell Acum 29 Zile
I see what you did there 😉
Vitor Sens
Vitor Sens Acum 29 Zile
Here in Brazil filtering is allowed! I can’t imagine how to ride a bike in the city if it isn’t.
Francis Hemeter
Francis Hemeter Acum 29 Zile
We do have filtering in Australia if traffic is slower than 30km/h as long as both lanes go straight at the lights on the highway only possible if signed greater than 80km/h and traffic is slower than 30km. You can even use the hard shoulder then. But at lights we have lots of big green painted bike as in bicycle lanes you can’t use
Nicht_Dani Acum 29 Zile
I dont know how it is in other Countrys but in Germany filtering is illegal but its getting tolerated. As long as you dont crash or are driving like a douchebag no one is gonna stop you. Also if its like 35 Degrees outside and your in a traffic jam you are allowed to filter because it would be dangerous for you to sit there in the sun in full gear.
donkmeister Acum 29 Zile
1:45 I understand your logic, however I completely disagree with it. Instead, I would advise you to make "grabbing the brakes from low speed shortly after setting out to see what happens" part of *your* system for hooning around on loose surfaces. That will highlight other faults with the brakes, and you may find the surface was more or less grippy than you first thought. It's standard advice for any vehicle after driving through water, or working on your brakes, so isn't an alien concept. If you are prone to switching your engine off and on a lot, put a label next to the neutral indicator reminding you. I'd also argue that the forgetful rider who forgets to switch ABS back on will be doing so on a public road, surrounded by other people. The forgetful rider who forgets to switch ABS off will be doing so in a place he's unlikely to hurt anyone but himself.
bugatti1075 Acum 29 Zile
I put this up there with things like grinder guards, traction control,machine guards. people will say "well im not an idiot" so its fine but it only takes that moment to mess up and cause serious harm. I have seen many people who have barely been driving and because they think going fast on the motorway and drag racing their mates around mcdonalds they are pro drivers asking how to permanently disable traction control "BECAUSE ITS ANNOYING". If you want it off you have the option to turn it off every trip but it should never ever be like a light switch on or off. ABS saves way more people than the annoyance of holding a button, plus saves beginners who get too confident for their skills (we have all been there)
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