How to avoid a motorcycle accident with Kawasaki motorcycles
The next time you get in a motorcycle crash, consider getting your motorcycle certified as a certified motorcycle.
There are a few key things to know when you get certified.1.
The motorcycle must be equipped with ABS, electronic stability control and/or anti-lock brakes2.
It must be registered and inspected by the manufacturer and be approved by the federal government for use in U.S. highways.3.
The registered owner must complete an online safety course that covers the use of the motorcycle and its equipment.4.
The bike must be fully insured and have a minimum of $5,000 in total deductible insurance coverage.5.
The manufacturer must provide the certified motorcycle with a valid, government-issued license plate number.6.
The certified motorcycle must meet all the required maintenance requirements, such as maintaining a maximum speed of less than 30 mph, using only the most modern technology, wearing a helmet and operating in areas with an existing air quality or water quality problem.7.
The vehicle must have a valid U. S. DOT registration certificate and must have been inspected by a U.,S.
DOT inspector for at least 10 consecutive days.8.
The licensed motorcycle must have at least 3,000 miles of operation under its original owner.9.
The motorcyclist must provide proof of insurance coverage that covers up to $5 to the certified motorcyclists insurance company.