Practice Safe Driving Habits

It’s been 4 months and a half since my youngest brother had a motorcycle accident. He lost control when someone from nowhere suddenly crossed the road. It was miracle that he survived together with his 2 back-riders. They were not wearing their scorpion helmets when the accident happened so my brother got bruises on his face, cut lips and he lost his 4 upper front teeth.

 

When my brother visited us last week, I was delighted to see that he has fully recovered. The wounds are healed and with his new dentures on, he looks as if nothing horrific happened. My whole family is so appreciative of his second life. He now learned his lessons and does not leave the house without his helmet on which he should have done long time ago.

After 4 and a half months…my brother with his girlfriend.
Noticed the scars on his cheek and chin?

He is so lucky for having a second life. But not everyone are as lucky as he is. More often than not, a serious motorcycle accident can change your entire life in a matter of seconds so practice safe driving habits. First, make sure you are prepared for a long road trip; then check if your motorcycle is in good condition and last but not the least always wear your protective gear.

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  1. Im glad that your brother and his passengers got away with these minor injuries.. what with all the horror stories out there. Sometimes when we are young – we think that nothing can happen to us.. Its a good wake up call. Going out of ones way to put on a helmet – and being different from all our friends who might think wearing a helmet is so uncool and or tedious.. is what will probably save the rider on an unlucky day.

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