This publication, compiled by the Driving Standards Agency, contains official best practice guidance on the skills required to ride a motorcycle safely, and is suitable for both learners and experienced riders. Topics covered include: the motorcycle rider and the law; choosing a motorcycle; clothing and protection; motorcycle controls; traffic signs; defensive riding; riding in bad weather, at night or on motorways; passengers and loads; basic maintenance; accidents and emergencies; eco-safe riding; dealing with traffic congestion; and travelling in Europe.You can arrange this through ac the insurance company directly ac a broker ac a motorcycle dealer ac the manufacturer (sometimes) The insurance company - Insuring directly with an insurance company is probably a little cheaper than the same ... If you damage another vehicle the owner could claim against your insurance.
|Title||:||The official DSA guide to riding|
|Author||:||Great Britain: Driving Standards Agency|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2005|