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Since: Nov 12

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#21 May 2, 2013
Newer bikes, I cannot tell you the exact year, by law have headlighs that come on either when ignition is first turned on OR after the bike starts. Do a little research and you will see that this is a true statement. ALL bikes, regardless of the name on it.Federal law..headlights are always on when running.
OurFriend

Union City, TN

#22 May 2, 2013
Angel wrote:
<quoted text>Well I know for a fact that he did not have his light on. The man who saw his light not on tried to catch up to him to let him know but it was too late.
Well I know for a fact your full of sh!t because we, not only have witness from the tow company, who seen the light on and working today, but the emt asked for the key, at the scene in order to turn the engine off because it was blinding them as they worked on our friend! Until you catch a clue......you might ought to stfu!
crotcher

Martin, TN

#23 May 2, 2013
ChopperBlades wrote:
<quoted text>ALL riders ere not like this. Matter of fact, majority of riders are SAFE riders.I do not count "crotchers" as riders.
The feeling is mutual. Sport bikers laugh at the grey haired, beer gutted, Viagra snortin", black leather wearing wannabe a Hells Angel grandpa's on their loud, slow, overpriced, outdated, ape hanging, oil leaking, vibrating pieces of shit.
country girl

Dyersburg, TN

#26 May 2, 2013
OurFriend wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I know for a fact your full of sh!t because we, not only have witness from the tow company, who seen the light on and working today, but the emt asked for the key, at the scene in order to turn the engine off because it was blinding them as they worked on our friend! Until you catch a clue......you might ought to stfu!
Why did the emt have to ask for the key to turn it off. The key should've been still in it. If I'm right and I think I am the engine would've been off without the key.
Guest

Tyler, TX

#27 May 2, 2013
country girl wrote:
<quoted text> Why did the emt have to ask for the key to turn it off. The key should've been still in it. If I'm right and I think I am the engine would've been off without the key.
you made them look like a fifth grade reject lol a lie us what they just got caught in. Country girl shana just told yo a$$
Guest

Tyler, TX

#28 May 3, 2013
OurFriend wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I know for a fact your full of sh!t because we, not only have witness from the tow company, who seen the light on and working today, but the emt asked for the key, at the scene in order to turn the engine off because it was blinding them as they worked on our friend! Until you catch a clue......you might ought to stfu!
smell your breath..... Smell it? Your full of shit! How would the bike be running without a key in it? You almost sounded like you wasn't from Dyersburg until that comment:)
Guest

Union City, TN

#29 May 3, 2013
country girl wrote:
<quoted text> Why did the emt have to ask for the key to turn it off. The key should've been still in it. If I'm right and I think I am the engine would've been off without the key.
because the woman that hit him, hit him so hard she bent the shifter straight up and down, and the key was BROKE OFF. Geez you mf'rs are stupid as they come!
Guest

Union City, TN

#30 May 3, 2013
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>smell your breath..... Smell it? Your full of shit! How would the bike be running without a key in it? You almost sounded like you wasn't from Dyersburg until that comment:)
Your granddad must be your uncle AND your cousin cause you're a stupid f#ckstick. The top part of the key is somewhere on the road, the bottom part is still in the ignition on the bike, we simply took a piece of metal and stuck it on top of the broke key, turned and the bike fired up........with the headlight on and no I'm not from Dyersburg, nor even from tennessee. Our friend told us the emt asked for the key and he told them it was in the bike, that's when they realized it was broke off. Geez I wish the stupid inbred mf'rs would go back to school

“It's a great day for.......”

Since: Nov 12

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#31 May 3, 2013
Must not have been a Harley, no keys required, just flip the ignition to start/run and hit the starter switch. Only use key to lock/unlock ignition and front fork.
Guest

Tyler, TX

#32 May 3, 2013
ChopperBlades wrote:
Must not have been a Harley, no keys required, just flip the ignition to start/run and hit the starter switch. Only use key to lock/unlock ignition and front fork.
it was prob a Honda shadow with Harley stickers
Christina

Sioux City, IA

#33 May 3, 2013
Bad Gas wrote:
I don't have a problem with bikes but I do have a problem with riders acting like they own the road just because the are hard to see and not as protected as cars (or trucks). Stop acting like a dick everytime someone doesn't see you... just because we don't see you doesn't mean we are not looking for you. I'm happy to give you more than your share of the road. There is nothing wrong with my eyesight and I am an attentive driver... you are just hard to see and impossible to see in some cases. Stop acting like a dick when poeple don't see you... I don't have a lot of patience for you making the decision to be on a bike and then being a dick about it.
100% agree with both your posts. I fully support the choice to ride a motorcycle and care deeply about everyone's safety but the attitude of the bike rider has got to chill out. No one is out to get you and no one wants to see anyone hurt. Quit whining. P.S. Love and prayers for the injured rider...
LOL

Newbern, TN

#34 May 3, 2013
Two cited after Tuesday accident on St. John Avenue
Friday, May 3, 2013

Dyersburg State Gazette

A Newbern man had to be airlifted to the Med in Memphis after a Tuesday evening motor vehicle accident occurred on St. John Avenue in Dyersburg near Highway 412.

According to a Dyersburg Police report, a 27-year-old man from Newbern was driving a motorcycle when he was involved in an accident with another vehicle at that location. The vehicle was driven by a 31-year-old Dyersburg woman who also had her son and daughter with her. After the accident, Police and EMS units arrived. The motorcyclist was airlifted to the Med and the female driver of the vehicle was reportedly uninjured. However, her daughter complained of her wrist hurting. A license check of the female showed she was driving in a revoked license and had four previous driving on revoked/suspended license charges. Police requested the children be picked up by designated adults and took the driver into custody. She was charged with driving on a cancelled/suspended/revoked license fifth offense and cited for failure to yield right of way and no financial responsibility.

A background check of the man on the motorcycle showed he was driving on a suspended license. He was cited for driving on a cancelled/suspended/revoked license, no financial responsibility, and no driver's license.

His condition is unknown at this time.
guest

United States

#35 May 3, 2013
Sounds like neither one had the right to be on the road. How decent of a driver could either one of them be.
Guest

Tyler, TX

#36 May 3, 2013
LOL wrote:
Two cited after Tuesday accident on St. John Avenue
Friday, May 3, 2013
Dyersburg State Gazette
A Newbern man had to be airlifted to the Med in Memphis after a Tuesday evening motor vehicle accident occurred on St. John Avenue in Dyersburg near Highway 412.
According to a Dyersburg Police report, a 27-year-old man from Newbern was driving a motorcycle when he was involved in an accident with another vehicle at that location. The vehicle was driven by a 31-year-old Dyersburg woman who also had her son and daughter with her. After the accident, Police and EMS units arrived. The motorcyclist was airlifted to the Med and the female driver of the vehicle was reportedly uninjured. However, her daughter complained of her wrist hurting. A license check of the female showed she was driving in a revoked license and had four previous driving on revoked/suspended license charges. Police requested the children be picked up by designated adults and took the driver into custody. She was charged with driving on a cancelled/suspended/revoked license fifth offense and cited for failure to yield right of way and no financial responsibility.
A background check of the man on the motorcycle showed he was driving on a suspended license. He was cited for driving on a cancelled/suspended/revoked license, no financial responsibility, and no driver's license.
His condition is unknown at this time.
so when he gets out if the hospital he should be arrested too. I bet he don't get anything out if it because she hit him
??????

Lexington, TN

#37 May 3, 2013
Yay!! Now WE get to pay his medical bills!!
OurFriend

Union City, TN

#38 May 4, 2013
[QUOTE who="??????"]Yay!! Now WE get to pay his medical bills!![/QUOTE]

How do you figure that? He's not a welfare recipient? I'm pretty sure since ol girl didn't have insurance, they'll be sending the bill to him!
Truth

Kemp, TX

#39 May 4, 2013
Well, the guy didn't even have any lawful right to even be on the road as much as she did.I am sure they will both be responsible for their own medical, car/bike repairs' and tickets, since both were at fault.

Funny how friends and family are so quick to blame the other person...when the family memeber is just as much at fault for what happened and had no LEGAL right to even be on the road ,themselves.

LOL
guest

United States

#40 May 4, 2013
Who was the guy on the bike????
OurFriend

Union City, TN

#41 May 4, 2013
Truth wrote:
Well, the guy didn't even have any lawful right to even be on the road as much as she did.I am sure they will both be responsible for their own medical, car/bike repairs' and tickets, since both were at fault.
Funny how friends and family are so quick to blame the other person...when the family memeber is just as much at fault for what happened and had no LEGAL right to even be on the road ,themselves.
LOL
Uhm since the police said she was cited for yield, I would say that it was her fault..........
OurFriend

Union City, TN

#42 May 4, 2013
OurFriend wrote:
<quoted text>
Uhm since the police said she was cited for yield, I would say that it was her fault..........
Excuse me, charged, not cited!

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