A motorcycle requires more maintenance than a car. If you live in a place where it snows throughout the winter, you’ll need to store your motorcycle in a dry location and ensure that it’s safe from damp conditions. Covering it with a cloth specially made for motorcycles is a better choice than tarp or cloth, since it will ensure that mildew and rust don’t affect your vehicle. If you store your bike for long periods of time, you’ll need to take other precautions, such as draining the carburetors, adding a fuel conditioner, spraying a light coat of oil on the muffler, and removing the battery. Like other vehicles, you’ll need to regularly change the oil, refill fluids, and check the air in the tires. You’ll also need to check the chain, shaft drive, and belt drive on a regular basis. The sites listed as citations provide more details on the aspects of these motorcycle parts to check.
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