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The motorcycle instrument panel is one of those essential parts of the motorcycle that every rider needs to be familiar with. This is in the interests of rider safety, from information related to speed to warning signs that indicate a malfunctioning system as well as fuel usage.
One of the best recommended tips for beginner riders is to familiarize themselves with the various switches and gauges displayed on the instrument panel to ensure they receive all the vital information they need that protects their safety on a ride. Locate one of your BMW Motorcycle Dealers in Southern California for more assistance on how to read your motorcycle instrument panel.
The most opportune time to learn how to read your motorcycle instrument panel is when test riding a new model. A knowledgeable customer representative can answer any questions you might have and show you what the key areas on the instrument panel to be always aware of.
Design and layout
Depending on the brand of motorcycle, the design and layout of the instrument panel may showcase either a digital display or dial gauges. The speedometer, fuel gauge and rev counter should be easily located and highly visible. A rider should also know where to look for warning as well as other vital information lights.
Instrument panel warning lights
It is not uncommon for the warning lights on a motorcycle’s instrument panel to reflect the traffic light color system:
Particular lights to pay attention to include the ABS warning light, engine temperature light, oil pressure warning light and engine management warning light.
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