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09 04, 2016

Five Reasons Why You Should Definitely Own a Motorcyle!

By Team WayWheels | Founder | April 9th, 2016 | Self | 0 Comments

Many car drivers who’ve never been on a motorcycle question why anybody would ever buy a one instead of a car.
A motorcycle owner knows full well the many advantages to riding versus driving. Whether you ride to commute, go on rides with your group, or take a vacation, riding a motorcycle is an experience like none other.

Imagine yourself riding a bike, wind in your hair, and your loved one at your back. A motorbike is a dream to ride on. Here are our top 5 reasons to own one:

1. ECONOMICAL : Compared to a car, a motorcycle is inexpensive and beats a car in long term expenses. Additionally, motorcycle maintenance costs are cheaper and don’t require a lot of skill so you can do it yourself.

2. BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT : While the average car weighs over 4,000 pounds, the average motorcycle weighs somewhere between 300 and 600 pounds because motorcycles require fewer raw materials to build. In fact, two-wheelers typically use about 85% fewer resources compared to a car. That means less environmental impact from mining operations and less energy wasted on transporting ore to processing facilities. Emissions from bikes are also way less than cars.

3. PARKING : Parallel parking or a tight parking spot? No problem, just slip right in. Not to mention you’ll have a lot more space in your garage. In a country like India, where not only the roads but the parking spaces are packed, a bike will make it more convenient for you to make your own parking space

4. FREEDOM : Bikes give you freedom that comes from the simple act of getting on a bike and twisting the throttle. On a motorcycle, it's just your little head inside that helmet. You are in complete control.

5. FUN : Motorcycles are definitely more exciting than cars. Too much driving is annoying and frustrating, and it seems like it takes forever to go from point A to point B during traffic hours and you keep honking at the cars in front, but that’s definitely not the case when it comes to motorcycles. Just curving, taking narrow passageways and steering through the traffic makes bikes more fun.

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