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Safety is our primary concern at MiniPocketRockets, and should be yours as well. Riding gas pocket bikes can provide miles of fun and enjoyment if safety is kept in mind. Below are some very important tips to greatly reduce the chance of injury when riding pocket bikes.
  1. Always wear a DOT approved full-face helmet when riding pocket bikes (such as the ones we offer on our web site). Always buckle the chin strap when using the helmet.
  2. Always wear protective gear such as elbow pads and kneepads when riding pocket bikes. Make sure they are fastened snugly. Shin guards are also recommended for further protection.
  3. Always wear gloves that will protect the rider. Many motorcycle gloves, such as the ones we offer on our web site, also have extra protection for the knuckles and palms of your hand in case your hands come in contact with the ground when racing pocket bikes.
  4. Long sleeved shirts and full length pants are needed to prevent minor scrapes if the rider does happen to fall. Full leather attire will further protect the rider if he or she happens to fall while operating pocket bikes.
  5. Always do a safety check before each ride. This includes tire pressure, tightening of all screws and bolts, chain tension and all adjustments on the pocket bike.
  6. Keep the pocket bike well maintained. Oil the chain every four hours of riding and adjust the tension of all cables for throttle and brakes after every riding session. Be sure to use the correct amount of oil / gasoline mixture. The bottle provided will give an accurate measurement when filling up your tank on these pocket bikes.
  7. Unless it is legal in the area you are riding, please do not ride these vehicles on public roads. Most every single one of our pocket bikes are legal to own in all 50 states; Some of our super pocket bikes may even be registered with the DMV and be ridden on public roads for transportation. Please check with your local DMV for details.
  8. Do not ride in conditions that may impair your visibility or reaction time. Night time riding, riding in fog, snow or rain can greatly increase chances of injury.
  9. If minors are riding pocket bikes, there must be adult supervision at all times. All riders must obey local and state laws as well as having complete knowledge of all safety precautions and measures.
  10. Do not ride pocket bikes in areas where there may be animals, people or other moving vehicles unless it is legal in your area.
  11. The ideal terrain for most of our pocket bikes is a flat and smooth pavement free from cracks and loose debris. The pavement must be dry and free from excessive paint, as it may cause the tires to slip in a turn.

All references on this web site to "pocket bikes" includes, but not limited to, all vehicles we carry on our web site. Please be careful and be warned: (a) Pocket Bike riding activities involve risks and dangers of serious bodily injury, including but not limited to, disability, paralysis and death, (b) these risks and dangers may be caused by your own actions, or inactions, the actions or inactions of others participating in the activity, the condition in which the activity takes place, or the negligence of others and (c) there may be other risks and social and economic losses either known to you, not known to you or not readily foreseeable at this time and you fully accept and assume all such risks and all responsibility for losses, costs, and damages incurred as a result of your participation in the pocket bikes riding activity. The purchaser also assumes all risks and responsibility for any person or person(s) riding their pocket bikes, including, but not limited to, minors, friends or any other person(s).

You must inspect all equipment before using it and to take full responsibility for assuring that the equipment is in good working order and safe to use. You further understand that you are responsible for damage to equipment.

By ordering these pocket bikes and completing the purchase you acknowledge and agree to all terms and conditions stated herein. If you do not agree to these terms, do not continue with this purchase of our pocket bikes.

Following the rules above will reduce the risk of injury. Accidents do happen and may still occur due to factors listed and not listed above. Please use the above as guidelines and use your own best judgment when deciding to ride. These pocket bikes can carry great speeds and provide years of fun and competition. Please keep safety as your priority.

The Staff and Management of MiniPocketRockets
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