Pocket Bike Safety To Remember

Pocket rockets are great fun and they are so cute – but they should not be underestimated. They can still be dangerous when people who are using them do not know what they are doing. It is important that you know exactly how to be safe before purchasing your own fast pocket rocket.

Protective Gear

 

Like with riding a bike you also need to make sure that you wear the necessary safety gear. The most important of these is a helmet – but you will also need knee pads, elbow pads, and maybe even some gloves. Make sure that your helmet does not block your vision or keep you from moving your head in all directions.

Important Laws

 

Every state have set up their own specific pocket bike laws that must be followed. To find out what those laws are you can contact your local authorities.

Age Restrictions

 

I know that these bikes are great fun for adults and children – but you have to set limits. Most people believe that children who are younger then 12 should not drive them. However, there are others who feel that with the right supervision their younger children can ride.

Keep Off Streets And Sidewalks

 

You need to keep your bikes off of streets and sidewalks. They are too small to be among larger motorized vehicles and too big too ride on the sidewalks where you can run into other people

Good Weather Only

 

It is not safe to ride your pocket bike when it has just rained, foggy, snowed, or at night. These conditions can impair your vision and also cause the traction on your bike to mess up.




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