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The Top 5 Reasons for Motorcycle Wrecks in North Carolina
As a motorcycle accident injury lawyer, I’m often asked “what is the most common cause of a biker accident?” It is very rare to encounter an accident where there was only a single cause. These events are almost always due to a combination of factors that come together at the wrong time to cause an accident. With that being said, the following conditions are involved in the majority of bike accidents in North Carolina.
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The Latest on the EPA and Harley-Davidson

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The Latest on the EPA and Harley-Davidson
We’ve probably all heard of Screamin' Eagle super tuners. They’re intended to enhance a Harley's performance for racing. Harley-Davidson sold about 340,000 of them since 2008, along with about 12,000 fuel injection race tuners.
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Motorcycle Earphone Use and the Law

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Motorcycle Earphone Use and the Law
Cruising the highway listening to your favorite tunes…there’s nothing quite like it and North Carolina happens to be one of the states that allows unrestricted use of headphones and earbuds for motorcyclists. It’s not against the law to wear earphones while riding but there are safety issues to consider.
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Safety Check - Condensation Level in Master Brake Cylinder
Condensation levels can cause some major issues with your brake system. Learn what to look out for and discuss having this checked at your next service appointment.
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Lane Splitting Proposal for Carolina Bikers

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Lane Splitting Proposal for Carolina Bikers
Lane splitting or filtering is the practice of motorcycles riding on the separating lines between highway lanes. There are many pros and cons to lane splitting, making it a controversial issue. California became the first state to formally legalize lane splitting, when Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 51 into law last weekend. While it is legal in some countries such as India and Indonesia, in many others it is not. A recent petition seeks to make lane splitting legal in North Carolina ...
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