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Re: [ST] Helmet Laws
That's like our stupid state passing a law requiring hand rails to be on a bike riding a passenger and the passenger isn't allowed to hold onto the rider.
Yet in the DMV driving booklet (for m/c) it says for the passenger to hold onto the driver AND shows a picture wrapping the arms around the mid section.
Talk about a contradiction.
IMO - That law is to prevent passengers from riding on rice rockets, since no rice rocket has handles (nor a place for handles) for a passenger to hold onto.
Regardless of handles I'd prefer my pillion to be holding me anyway. That way I know where they are, especially when accelerating. I can feel the pull on my ab and adjust accordingly for safety.
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Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2006 8:58 AM
Subject: Re: [ST] Wrap-up of Roethlis-what-his-name?
Couldn't agree more. And talk about sending a mixed
message, Since our Guv. signed into law the "no helmet
required law" here in PA --
A rider going for his/her motorcycle license, that is 21
or older, can complete the MSF safety course (and is
required to wear a helmet while taking the course).
But if they pass the course, they do not need to wear a
Guess a little training makes the head harder!!!!
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