The great thing is that you are able to have an "After Accident Reflection". Heal fast.
Last weekend, on Easter weekend , I took off for my usual saturday drive, First off to my local dealer for Blessing of the bikes then off to the mountains. I got up there and decided to head to a state park deep in the desert where there is some solitude and open roads.
Upon entering the park, I turned on my helmet camera, and headed down the main entry road leading into the park. As I entered a blind curve I suddenly saw the grill of a Jeep SUV...DRIVING ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE ROAD YARDS AWAY FROM SMASHING ME INTO HIS FRONT END.!
I swerved to the right automatically, desperatly trying to avoid a head on collision, and suddenly felt the VROD falling to the right
after sliding on gravel on the shoulder of the road. To make a long story short, My beautiful bike is all F**ked up, I am covered with Scabs, bruises and road rash only made worse by the lying sack of crap who nearly killed me who insisted that he only 'slightly' crossed the line. well the cam doesnt lie and clearly showed him completly going the wrong way in the wrong lane. So my advice to you?
1. Get a helmet cam.
2. Always wear an armoured jacket. Mine saved my torso.
3. wear good gloves. Flimsy half cut gloves have left my knuckles scraped to the bone.
4. step up and get a DOT/Snell helmet
5. Always expect the unexpected and you can be sure they are out to kill you and will sleep well at night after they do.
Hey Bro, what model camera di you decide to buy. I'm sure thereMy camera DVR system came in today.