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Despite those safety ,benefits,, only 63.5 percent of ,motorcycle, riders in our country wore U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)-compliant ,helmets, in 2016. The low rate could be attributed to the fact that only 19 states have “universal ,helmet, laws” that require all riders and passengers of all ages to ,wear, a ,helmet, …
1.4 ,Helmet, programmes are effective at getting ,helmets, on heads: Introduc-ing legislation on ,helmet, use has been shown to be effective in increasing ,helmet,-,wearing, rates and reducing head injuries, as summarized in this section. As mentioned in the Introduction, this manual is focused on how to increase ,helmet, use among ,motorcycle, users.
– ,The Benefits of Wearing, a ,Bike Helmet, for Safety. Posted on May 29, 2014 by Joann Ariola. It’s no secret that the main advantage ,of wearing, a ,helmet, while riding your ,bicycle, to increase safety. This is exactly why ,helmets, were devised and it’s the reason that they’re required, ...
The head and brain is most vulnerable to injury in a ,motorcycle, accident. Drivers and passengers ,wearing helmets, increase their chance of survival significantly over non-,helmet, wearers. In 2012, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated 1,699 lives were saved because individuals wore ,helmets,.
By ,wearing, a ,helmet,, if you were ever to be involved in a ,motorcycle, or ,bicycle, accident, it can reduce the severity of the head injury because of the accident. While ,wearing, a ,helmet, does not completely prevent a head injury, if you have a ,helmet, on, it will provide a cushion for the blow.
Soon, pillion riders of two wheelers will have to compulsorily ,wear helmet,. As the new rule is yet to be implemented, it has been ridiculed by many. Before joining the hue and cry and against the ,helmet, rule and beginning to deride it, one should first look at some facts. Last year alone, around
3 ,Benefits of Wearing, a ,Bike Helmet, Posted on June 13, 2015. It is well known that when you ride your ,bike,, you should also strap on your ,helmet,. It is one of the best ways to protect your head in case of a ,bike, accident. Of the 500,000 ,bicycle, injuries requiring medical care in the United States, the most serious are those who were not ,wearing, ...
Yet some critics argue that ,helmets, don’t do enough in this regard. In ,bicycle, accidents, ,helmets, reduced the risk of traumatic brain injuries by 52% and death by 44%. Even if you don’t have to ,wear, a ,helmet, by law, it might save your life. ,Helmets, increase your visibility. You might be more visible to motorists when you ,wear, a ,helmet,.
Under Texas law, adults who ride motorcycles are not required to ,wear, a ,helmet, if they are over the age of 21 and have completed a DMV ,motorcycle, safety course, or if they are covered by $10,000 worth of accidental medical ,benefits,. And because many adult riders legally do not have to ,wear, a ,motorcycle helmet,, they choose not to. Four main components make up a ,motorcycle helmet,.
Enforced ,helmet, laws have consistently caused substantial reductions in cycle use (e.g. 30-40% in Perth, Western Australia). They have also increased the proportion of the remaining cyclists who ,wear helmets,, yet the safety of these cyclists has not improved relative to other road user groups (e.g. in New Zealand).