Insurance Bureau of Canada Offers Motorcycle Safety Tips
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Insurance Bureau of Canada Offers Motorcycle Safety Tips

“If it’s your first ride of the season, do a complete check of your motorcycle or take it to a dealer for a tune-up,” said Steve Kee, director of Media & Digital Communications at IBC.

The Insurance Bureau of Canada released safety tips for Canadian motorcyclists last week, as spring’s warmer temperatures mean more of them will be on the roads. Citing Statistics Canada, IBC said there are 672,000 registered motorcycles and mopeds in Canada, one-third of them in Ontario.

“If it’s your first ride of the season, do a complete check of your motorcycle or take it to a dealer for a tune-up,” said Steve Kee, director of Media & Digital Communications at IBC. “At the very least, check and clean your battery terminals and check the oil and other lubricants. Also, check the tire inflation and inspect your ti…………… continues on Occupational Health and Safety

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