Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationMotorcycles · 4 weeks ago

With covid19 infecting whole country, is it a good time to ride motorcycle across America?


@Anonymous - does Houston have a problem?

15 Answers

  • 3 weeks ago

    Houston always has a problem, CoVid19 is just more of it.  Now that we have that bit out of the way.

    Several rules.  Don't be in crowded areas, particularly indoors.  Especially don't be in crowded indoor place with recycled air(conditioning).  Don't stay in close-quarter accommodation (flats or motels etc).  If you observe those two rules, your risk will be lowered, in which case why not.

  • 3 weeks ago

    anytime is a good time , lol worried about getting the flu , how dumb , thats all covid is you idiot , young people get the covid and recover , old people get it and die , see the deaths , how many dead are over 70 !!!

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Yes a marvellous time, just avoid the United States and Brazil.

    And hold your breathe.

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Are you planning to stay in motels or hotels?  That will be infected areas.  Plan to live in a tent.

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  • adam
    Lv 4
    4 weeks ago

    you asked this same question when the virus began 

  • Jay P
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    Riding across the US isn't the issue.  The issues are stopping at any restaurants, hotels/motels and any other possible interactions you may have with other random people.

  • Anton
    Lv 6
    4 weeks ago

    Watch the movie, Easy Rider (1969.)  The bikers are murdered by two inbred-looking rednecks.

    50 years later, intolerance is still strong, and you can still be killed by the "Good Ol' Boys."

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Yeah.  It will be nice riding around Houston right now and getting some foot long enchiladas.  Not.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Consider, is it worthwhile to see the country:

    Everything is going to be closed or if it is open, if those areas are dense or those people don't wear masks you don't want to go there. You can go to these places like New Orleans but you'll have traveled so far to see everything not working the way it should.

    Consider Medical Attention:

    Now's not the best time to require medical attention. You can get infected or the help you need might not be available based on where you go.

    Consider your social contract to society:

    You can become an unknown carrier. Where you don't have symptoms but you're spreading it. There are so many states on the rise in their curve. If you travel to those states you can get it like Florida or Texas. Then, certain other states will "require" you to self-quarantine for 14 days, like NY depending on which states you've been in contact with.


    You can try camping and exploring the natural terrain of America. Every place is so different. If the natural parks are open depending on where you go. If you're antsy and want to explore just get in an RV and go see the remote beauties of nature. 

    -That will reduce risk of any accidents and how is your health insurance going to work cross-state? If you were to require hospitalization from Co-Vid19 certain states like NJ only test the residents of their own states.

    -cooking in the outdoors is fun.

    - you can go fishing.

    (if so check what places are open for you to camp your rv. How those states are doing with the curve and do they require you to self-quarantine if you're coming in from certain states. Also check if you were to need medical attention, would they be able to help you? Will that state test you for Co-Vid19 even though you're from a different state?)

    It's pretty complicated. Just go camping and hiking in a beautiful place like Maine or the Catskills. Or just anywhere, it's hard to be forced into a dense population with low-risk activity. If that state doesn't have designated facilities that are CoVid19 free. You can go in for an injury and accidentally get infected. It is incredibly infectious and also airborne.

    Keep in mind being on a respirator is very invasive.

  • 4 weeks ago


    Two points.

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