How to Avoid Accidents on a Motorcycle. Life Saver Tips.

How to Avoid Accidents on a Motorcycle. Life Saver Tips.



[Applause] Perez and back this has been the longest break I have ever taken from YouTube well over 15 days probably 20 days I don't know I haven't calculated the reason primary reason it has been extremely hot in Hyderabad the temperatures even vent all the way up to about 47 degrees Celsius so going out and shooting in the Sun and that kind of temperature is definitely not good it's almost life threatening and you know what even our cameras we're getting shut down saying they have overheated so well you know making motorcycle videos is a lot of hard work it's not like sitting in a studio and making videos anyhow well right before I start the main topic check out this b-roll of me doing a burnout on there although it's well over four o'clock in the evening in Hyderabad I'm still sweating so much monsoons have it arrived in Hyderabad yet anyhow the topic today is how to avoid accidents especially in our country and enjoy I have been noticing this that even many well-known youtubers have been meeting with accidents very often and even yesterday a colleague of mine a friend of mine met with an accident so I thought I have to make this video on important tips of how to avoid accidents alright without wasting any time number one tip now it doesn't matter which motorcycle you write it doesn't matter where you are riding there is one thumb rule if you ever go to motorcycle training institutions or race training they teach you one thing that is always cover your front brake that is always keep a finger on your front brake you could be cruising at 120 kilometres an hour or you could be in city traffic it doesn't matter keep this finger here even with the finger here you can still open the throttle alright now many people put the whole four fingers here some put three some put two I only do one trust me one finger is more than enough for today's motorcycle brakes they are really really good on almost any motorcycle ok because now if you are riding like this on a highway cruising at 120 or in the city and all of a sudden you see something in the front and you got a brake now if you see that you I see it that message goes to your brain and your brain has to process it and send a signal to your hand to raise the finger and put it on the front brake you know how much time this has taken at least about one enough into two seconds and a motorcycle traveling at 120 kilometers an hour two seconds is a long way now if you already have your finger placed here and if you see something in the front it would only take you a fraction of a second to start applying the front brake so you've got the answer time saved is light saved all right another thing very often I see that people don't have great view mirrors on the motorcycle or they just have one rearview mirror you've got to have both the rear view mirrors and preferably nice big rear view mirrors okay I also have Bahrain mirrors for fewer motorcycles but I don't write those motorcycles very often that is more of a style factor but if you are touring or even riding in city traffic better have nice big rear view mirrors and in a situation where you see that a car or a motorcycle in front of you it's slowing down rapidly or something has ran onto the road and you have to brake don't just keep looking in the front and brake hard because someone will hit you from behind you might have good brakes you might know how to brake well but the person behind you might not know how to do that and remember when you are riding in public you are responsible even further other persons mistakes because in the end you will get hit okay you can't say oh it's not my mistake so when you are braking also keep an eye on the rearview mirror you know you got to ice learn to focus front with one eye and a little bit onto the rear view or you can kind of juggle very fast okay and make sure if in case there is someone behind you coming very close to you release the brake a little go in the front and kind of manage it in such a way that you don't hit the person the front don't hit the person in the rail all right this is critical make sure you kind of practice this you have to practice all of these things visualize them you dream all right another point now this is a simple point but trust me I have a friend who crashed my pulse of 180 back in 2003 only because he had this habit and many of us have this habit that is when you're on the road we are sightseeing we are looking on the left side we are looking on the lights right side oh nice building nice fording Oh beautiful lady walking by and you lose focus when you are riding all driving remember no matter what you do even if you're in a car when you're talking to someone a passenger don't look and talk to the person to the pace look in the front my dad always used to tell me this that no matter what you do in a car or on a motorcycle your eyes have to be in the front because when you go to a motorcycle training school they tell you where you look is where you go alright look in the front you will save critical seconds next point now this is to do with the ability of a person okay not everyone is eat well when it comes to abilities that you are born with but we can practice that is there is something called depth perception okay so when you are riding a motorcycle alright when you're in a car you have to constantly analyze if the traffic in front of you is slowing down okay many people depend like for example there is a car in front of you or a motorcycle in front of your bus in front of you many people depend on the brake lights they wait for the brake lights to get turned on and then they start slowing down like for example if I am riding I can't wait for the brake lights of the traffic in front of me to turn on and then I start braking no that is not the way what if the brake lights don't work okay or what if this start to slow down really fast don't depend on the brake lights you have to understand depth all right there is when there's a lot of science behind it read about depth perception so you have to see and understand if something is getting closer to you it's about hand and eye coordination any important job brickwell requires good hand and eye coordination so research about hand and eye coordination and depth perception you can practice it so understand if something is getting closer to you and don't depend on direct likes now this point is very specific to our country very often when you're riding on a highway you are cruising at at least about 100 120 or beyond that I recommend don't do very high speeds but still even if you are cruising at 120 I have told this that even if it's a four-lane highway where two lanes would be on the left two lanes would be on the right okay and there would be a white line in between separating the left lane and the right lane now very often we like to write very close to the divider if we are going fast don't do that because we know there could be someone waiting on the divider to cross the road I mean the highway or they could be a dog they could be a buffalo there could be anything and if you're writing very close to the divider and something all of sudden come front of the road you'll have absolutely no time to react and you will end up hitting that person or thing or animal alright oh and the same thing applicable to riding very much onto the left side of the highway okay if you're riding very much on to the left side there could be someone coming from a village or somewhere or animal and you'll end up hitting them so this is only applicable to our country not to other countries but I recommend you right kind of in between the road okay not on the white line white line doesn't have much traction but kind of in between so that in case anyone jumps from any other sides you have time to either go left or right all right last simple point was very very important point I've told this again and again no matter what happens do not panic all right what is going to happen it's going to happen anyhow but if you panic it is going to make it worse okay keep your head straight keep your body straight apply the brakes well and hope for the best okay that is it buddies if you like what I've said do think about subscribing to this channel and you can give this video a thumbs up also I'm there on Instagram Facebook and that's it any new websites anything new social things today I am NOT they don't tik-tok and all that crap but yeah alright thank you bye bye

24 Comments on "How to Avoid Accidents on a Motorcycle. Life Saver Tips."


  1. how this was really something… i was curious about what happened to u…. nevertheless finally u r back…

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  2. plz tell about the tyre pressure guide i own a fzs v2 its written in the manual to keep 29, 33 but the service manager is saying to keep it 25 ,31 plz help !

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  3. Rear view mirror tip: Get installed blind spot mirror. At least in right mirror. It's life saver.

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  4. Wow that doughnut must have been tast 🤪
    Its a habit for me to keep my finger on the levers 😀

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  5. Sir which rear view mirrors, for sportsbikes, do not put drag on bikes when on high speeds? I want to reinstall my rear view mirrors back, but I also want to eliminate drag on my bike.

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  6. Amazing safety video sir. That burnout on Duke 390 was really amazing. This video is an amazing lesson to all riders as well as drivers about road safety. I completely agree with you sir. Especially road focus, braking, etc. Absolutely true sir that we can't depend on other vehicle's brake lights. You really made me and all riders aware of things that cause accidents on roads. Great Job sir.

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  7. Good points. Also should have mentioned on wearing proper riding gear like helmet , jacket, arm guard and leg guard. It is a must, I feel.

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  8. I recently met with an accident
    How to avoid people who are always in a hurry or rash driving, driving fast overtaking and cutting in between vehicles. Even thought there is little or no gap to pass at all

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  9. Watching this video with a fractured leg a bullet guy hit me from behind. I was going straight at 30-40 kmph and bullet guy was over 70kmph.

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  10. i follow one rule- i never stay behind or close to any other vehicle when on road and mainly never behind a truck or bus due to their huge blind spot area.
    keep safe distance and you surely would have reaction time.
    the the city limits i never ever ride the bike above 50kmph.
    and out on the highway i would ride it @100-120 only if i know and im sure that i am a straight road with no road openings or any crossings.

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  11. Biggest point is panic, don't panic, bcz a peaceful mind takes decision faster, and brakes will be only applied if u don't panic

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  12. You are wrong ..people have both the mirrors but they never open it 🤣🤣🤣 mostly on faired motorcycle types. When you ask them they would say “ it’s difficult during a lane split” .okay the reason is acceptable because on a slow moving or still traffic at redsignals, lane splitting is recommended. But they ride throughout….home-office-home with mirrors closed and they say they are protecting it from damages by other vehicles. They never look to the sides before changing the lanes instead they turn their heads to see what’s coming. Please open the mirrors while riding no matter how wide the mirrors are,Even if it gets damaged ..it’s just the mirrors. But something happens serious because you weren’t able to see what’s coming behind you…then the damages would be catastrophic 🤘🏼 ride safely

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  13. Vikas, what if my vehicle is at 120kmph and i want to stop it suddenly because of some major turning or some obstacle??

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  14. Is it comfortable for 5'6 to ride dominar 2019 in city as well as in highway? @vikasrachamalla

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