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Motorcycle Hand Signals

New Hampshire Motorcycle Injury Law FirmUniversal Motorcycle Hand Signals

When riding as a group, communication is indispensable on the road and when used effectively, increases the overall safety of the entire group. Hand signals allow the lead rider, who is usually the most experienced of the group, to give instructions or warnings to the rest of the group. These could be warnings of debris in the road, for example, or to tell the group to follow in a formation appropriate for upcoming terrain or road conditions.

Below is a diagram of many of the most common hand signals used by motorcyclists:

Motorcycle Hand Signals

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