Find hazardous road conditions, blind curves, bad road sections with lots of potholes and dangerous intersections in NY on a map before you find them on your motorcycle!
To look for road hazards where you’re planning to ride, just go to the Rider Risk Map by Allstate and
- Click on Explore Map (Facebook will notify you that Rider Risk Map would like to access your public profile, friend list, email address, and photos, but you can click cancel and still see the map); then
- Click on one of the red road hazard flags.
You can also post a road hazard if you see one of these dangers on a New York road, just go to the Rider Risk Map.
- Click on Explore Map, (Facebook will notify you that Rider Risk Map would like to access your public profile, friend list, email address, and photos); then
- Click on Add Flag.
You can upload comments and a photo to help other riders know where and what road conditions to look out for but use these tips when posting:
Tip: Don’t write something like “really dangerous curve”. Instead, write what the danger is such as blind curve or gravel on road or what one motorcyclist wrote: “Uneven parallel road surface due to repaving and there are no signs posted”.
Tip: When posting a temporary hazardous road condition such as a highway section, road, or street being resurfaced, be sure to come back and update or remove the hazardous road condition when work is finished or repairs are made. This will keep the map useful for riders.