Can My Child Ride on My Motorcycle with Me?

Yes, children can ride on a motorcycle as a passenger in South Carolina. However, to do so legally, a few requirements must be met: Your child must wear a helmet if he or she is under the age of 21…

What to Know About Riding a Motorcycle in Cold Weather

Riding a motorcycle in cold weather presents serious hazards that all riders should be aware of. Even in warmer states like South Carolina, winter hazards can affect how you ride, and lead to an increased risk of crashes. This time…

What To Do if You Witness a Motorcycle Accident

Witnessing a motorcycle accident can be an emotionally traumatizing experience, but it’s also when we’ve seen many Good Samaritans step in, even if it was just to place a call to 911. The Insurance Information Institute (III) reported that motorcycle…

What to Know Before Taking a Passenger on Your Motorcycle

Riding with a passenger on your motorcycle can be exciting, but also an enormous responsibility. A passenger on the back of your motorcycle changes the way it rides, handles, and operates, and their safety is entirely in your hands. While…

What Do Motorcycle Hand Signs Mean?

The summer months pose an increased risk for motorcycle accidents over other times of the year. In 2020, there were 116 motorcyclist deaths in South Carolina, with most accidents occurring in summer and fall. As with all vehicles, safety must…

What to Do if You’re Injured as a Passenger on a Motorcycle

If you’re riding on a motorcycle as a passenger and you get into an accident, it can be a frightening experience. How you handle your accident after it has occurred can seriously impact whether you receive fair compensation. Take the…