• Take our safety survey

    and tell your friends too!
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  • Why join ABATE?

    Because you are a concerned biker, want to have your voice heard in government, care about your liberty, you want to make a difference, and YOU ARE MADDER THAN HELL AND DON'T WANT TO TAKE IT ANYMORE!

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  • ABATE of SC Achievements

    Over the years, ABATE of SC has helped keep or add freedoms for South Carolina bikers. Read on for details..

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  • About ABATE of SC

    ABATE of South Carolina, Inc. is the motorcyclists' rights organization of South Carolina. Our members brought freedom of choice to South Carolina bikers in June of 1980;

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  • Find Your Chapter

    Find a Chapter near you and attend to find out more and join!

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Below is a link to our newly formed Motorcycle Safety Survey. We have been very fortunate to have Senator Grooms allow us to form a Motorcycle Study Committee to look at motorcycle safety issues and file a report to the general assembly in December. This committee is made up of a member from the governors office, senate transportation, house public works committee, department of motor vehicles, department of public safety and two members from ABATE.

So with all of these important people giving their time I am asking you to take a little time and think of anything that you know would make our state a better place to ride in or should I say safer. Then go online to this link: abatesc.com/survey and fill out the survey online, or print out the attached form (in the right sidebar) and send it in to our state address. If you have backup information and pictures you can send those in also via email or mail.

I would also ask that you forward this to as many people that you know so we can make this thing work for all of us. Thanks in advance as always without your support we are nothing.

Ride Free I do,

Ralph Bell
ABATE State Coordinator

"Make a career of humanity, commit yourself to the noble struggle for equal rights. You will make a greater person of yourself, a greater nation of your country, and a finer world to live in." Rev Martin Luther King Jr. April 18, 1959

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