How do you make your Harley Davidson look and feel like an extension of yourself!

Written by Keith Nivon

How do you make your Harley Davidson look and feel like an extension of yourself!

Do you think maybe it's time to do a little customizing for that old girl of yours? Ask yourself this first.

Why do we customize and add accessories to our Harley?

Well, for me it's simple!

We want to stand out above all else! The last thing we want is to look like every Tom, Dick, and Harry out there onrepparttar road!

You may have different reasons. You may want to add an Accessory to your bike because it fits with you and your taste.

There is an element of being practical as well. If you install a nice chrome luggage rack on your back fender, or a detachable windshield, it not only looks good but it also serves a purpose. How else would you carry your tent and keep bugs out of your teeth?

Not everyone hasrepparttar 102702 same taste in customizing. Thank God for that, or it sure would be boring taking a walk down on main street in Sturgis South Dakota duringrepparttar 102703 1st week of August.

Some people go overboard on customizing their bike. Overboard for someone may be a masterpiece for someone else. It all depends on who you are and what you're about.

How do you pick out a Harley Davidson Accessory or decide on customizing?

It's a hard question to answer.

I would suggest that you decide on what you want out of your bike. Sit back and have a look at yourself. What kind of biker are you anyway?

Teen Driving Statistics

Written by Melih Oztalay

As a parent, if you search for any information about Teen Driving Statistics you will find statistics similar to those below. I have reviewed various websites to summarizerepparttar information from these sources, however, please feel free to searchrepparttar 102701 web for “teen driving statistics” for more websites and information on this subject.

The information allows us to ponder if teen driving needs to be revisited on a national level. How are teen drivers being educated by driving schools? Do we need to increaserepparttar 102702 amount of time for driver training? How about requiring higher levels of car driving education (not just traffic education, but how do drive a car education)? Should driver’s licenses only be issued at age 18? What arerepparttar 102703 economic implications to increasingrepparttar 102704 driving age? We will visit these questions inrepparttar 102705 next article. For now we need to understand what is happening on our roads today.

We know thatrepparttar 102706 current requirements for driver education are not sufficient. Both commercially and by parents. We can add that a younger age teen is not mature enough to control a vehicle and might as well be considered to be driving a deadly weapon. Teens with permit licenses are driving with their parents in an unmarked family vehicle only increaserepparttar 102707 likelihood of accidents. Using car magnets that are thick, reflective forrepparttar 102708 night and are durable can help reduce this likelihood. These types of auto safety magnets can be found at Auto Safety Magnets. Identifying these almost 2 million vehicles onrepparttar 102709 road should be a requirement on a national level.

As parents we must takerepparttar 102710 responsibility of protecting our children. Should you reconsider your decisionrepparttar 102711 next time your teen asks to takerepparttar 102712 car?

The Facts from reliable Sources National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

In 2003, 3,657 (3,827 in 2002) drivers 15 to 20 years old were killed, and an additional 308,000 (324,000 in 2002) were injured, in motor vehicle crashes. Nearly 31 percent of teen drivers killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2003 had been drinking and 74 percent of this group was not wearing their safety belts.

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