One of my pet hates on new bikes these days is the amount of warning labels plastered all over them, call me fussy, which i am, but some manurfactures seem to have almost half the manual and warnings stuck on their machinery. Brands like harley davidson are probly a bit more savvy to this as attention to detail is one of their mottos, but not entirely sure i havent had a good close up look on their product for a while. I recently aquired a honda vt750s off a family member whom no longer wanted it and have quite enjoyed riding the little jap budget cruiser. But the warning labels all over it have done my head in! Do this dont do that read this before that check check and do more checks just to be sure its in 3 other languages that many many warnings im almost afraid to ride all together it looks dangerous. Manurfacturers can you just make a bike and let people appreciate it for what it is and put all the necessary dangers warnings instructions etc etc etc etc in the bloody manual?! Or are you all under legal obligations rules and regs to cover your arses from litigation by completely covering tanks frames sub frames and anything else with a shiny surface from being sued from misuse?!