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Oklahoma 2011

Oklahoma 2011

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Naturally, you should do everything
you safely can to avoid hitting an
animal. If you are in traffc, however,
remain in your lane. Hitting something
small is less dangerous to you than
hitting something big — like a car.

Motorcycles seem to attract dogs. If
you are being chased, downshift and
approach the animal slowly. As you

approach it, accelerate and leave the
animal behind. Don’t kick at the animal.
Keep control of your motorcycle and
look to where you want to go.

For larger animals (deer, elk, cattle)
brake and prepare to stop — they are
unpredictable.

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