This book is different from most other books on motorcycle safety because it focuses more on road and traffic hazards than on how to use the brakes or clutch. Some of the road hazards covered in this book are (1) fog, (2) angled pavement, and (3) oil spills; and some of the traffic hazards covered are (1) cars turning left in front of you, (2) cars changing into your lane, and (3) cars entering from side streets.
The author discusses about 73 different topics that relate to motorcycle safety and devotes about two pages to each topic. The first part of the discussion explains the problem and the second part gives you a solution for dealing with the problem. For instance, if the problem is how to make a quick stop while the bike is leaned over in a curve, the solution is to "swerve the bike upright" and then apply the brakes.
Reading this book will give you the ability to recognize dangerous situations and then take whatever actions are needed to keep from having an accident. If motorcycles are a part of your life and you would like to avoid expensive repairs or painful injuries, I highly recommend that you read this book. I found quite a few things of interest in this book, and I've been riding motorcycles for more than 25 years.