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And Other May Driving Tips
If you're shopping for a new motorcycle, look for one with antilock brakes. Research by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found antilock brakes reduce motorcycle crashes, including fatal ones, by more than a third.
To further cut your chances for an accident, follow these guidelines.
If you're a biker:
If you're a driver:
May brings proms, high school graduations and an early start to a carefree summer. It's no coincidence that May is also Youth Traffic Safety Month. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death among teenagers, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
With summer approaching, take this time to set the ground rules for drivers of all ages in your home.
You've probably heard that you should change your oil every several months or every 3,000 miles, but that rule is fading as the quality of engines and oil improve. Many late-model cars can go 5,000 miles or six months or more before an oil change is needed. Check your car owner's manual for specifics.
When you change your oil, also change the oil filter. These devices keep dirt and debris from entering and damaging fuel injectors and carburetors. After a while, fuel filters may clog, which affects your engine's performance and causes your car to burn gas faster.
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