Motorcycles and Bicycles
- When buying a motorcycle,
check the frame and motor numbers of the motorcycle with the
numbers on the paperwork that goes with the purchase of the
- File off the key number
stamped on your motorcycle ignition switch.
- Engrave or etch your driver's
license number on your cycle at secret places to aid in
recovering the bike if stolen.
- Bring your cycle indoors at
night and chain-lock it to a stationary object.
- Ask merchants you patronize to
install permanent cycle-locking racks (for both motorcycles
- Encourage installation of a
cycle pen at your school, college, university or place of
employment (it adds to protecting from theft).
- Put the cycle front wheel in
your trunk or some other secure place when the cycle is not
in use and such removal is practical.
- License and register your
- Use a chain lock at all times
when the bike is not in use; wrap it around the main body of
the bicycle, as well as at least one wheel when locking the
bike to a stationary object to further protect it against
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For more information, contact the Office of
State Senator Vincent J. Fumo.
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Philadelphia, PA 19148
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Philadelphia, PA 19134
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Harrisburg, PA 17120-3001
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