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There are plenty of things that motorcycle riders have to think about when riding down the highway at high speeds. One particular technique of concern is whether or not you are occupying your lane properly. Here are some tips on riding safely and successfully in your lane.

First things first, be certain that you are always leaving yourself enough room. This is key because you need it in order to be able to react quickly in any dangerous situations that might occur. A good rule of thumb for any rider regardless of how experienced you are is to leave at least two seconds between you and the rider behind you.

Next, you have to realize that you are at a huge disadvantage when on the road because of the size of the vehicle you are riding. A motorcycle doesn't take up much space on the road and you appear to be much narrower than other types of vehicles.

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For more information about a specialized Motorcycle insurance policy contact Cliff Cottam Insurance Services at 1-800-807--6871. Or, complete our online Motorcyle Insurance Quote form.
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