The advantages and disadvantages of owning a motorcycle.
Riding a motorcycle is legally possible at the age of sixteen. It is considered trendy and somewhat fascinating to zoom in and out of traffic. There appears to be many advantages in owning a motorcycle. A motorcycle is a cheaper than a car. Young people who have just begun working can afford to buy a motorcycle but not a car. Even school boys can buy a motorcycle with some help from their parents. One has to consider expenses as buying vehicles could set a family back a great deal. Fuel charges are also lower for a motorcycle. This is, of course, an important reason in today`s world of rising fuel costs riding a motorcycle will help o reduce expenses. Furthermore it is easy to learn to ride a motorcycle. Even taking a license for it is cheaper. The best part of owning a motorcycle is that we could weave in and out of traffic very easily. We could get to our destinations more quickly than in a car which could get caught in bad traffic jams. Motorcycle could squeeze through traffic jams more comfortably. After all, one owns a vehicle to reach a destination on time. Going for tuition for students will be a lot easier. There will be no need to depend on parents to send and fetch us. There is a fun element in owning a motorcycle. It provides joy as we ride with the wind blowing in our faces. It makes one feel good to be alive. However, owning motorcycle also has some disadvantages. The rider is most exposed to danger in an accident. He is less protected and may be seriously injured easily. Motorcyclists have a higher mortality rate than motorists. When motorcyclists weave in and out of traffic lanes, they may also cause accidents. In addition motorcyclists will find it hard to ride in the rain and will have to take a shelter. They are also open to the scorching sun on hot days. All these factors may cause health problems at some time. Motorcyclists...
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