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Wear Motorcycle Helmets? That's A Good Question!

Motorcyclists are always evaluating the use of motorcycle helmets. It is simply a matter of preference or are there important issues to consider?

A friend of mine (Bill) has chosen to wear a helmet, or sometimes without a helmet. He says it depends on riding conditions for him.

One day I was in a two-lane highway, traveling about 50 mph, when a tractor trailer pulled out from the right side of the street to go to the same address. His thought was to keep his speed and simply pass the truck. That probably could be done. Unfortunately, the truck driver did not have enough space for the turn, and stood still, crossing both lanes.

Bill was approaching the truck too fast and too close to stop safely. He tried hard to break, but immediately knew he was off the side of the trailer head-on. With the speed of thought put his Harley on the side and slid under the trailer and on the road a couple of hundred feet.

Relaying his story to me, who had his back, feet first with arms outstretched and head bopping on the highway. When all was finished he gave credit to God for helping him and praised his destroyed helmet for saving his life. Moreover, the leather jacket and gloves that had taken the tears in his place.

My only friend suffered some pain in muscles and hurt pride. However, it brings up the issue of helmet safety.

In the KSL-TV News of South Jordan Police Chief Dan Pearson, is also teaching people that motorcycle helmets save lives, after losing three friends to motorcycle accidents in two years. All three suffered head injuries and were not wearing motorcycle helmets.

Then the police chief was involved in an accident on Highway 89 North of Afton, Wyoming.

A truck with a horse trailer had passed and pulled in front of him, hitting the front of his motorcycle with the spare tire mounted on the back. Dan was thrown from his bike, landing head. He says, this injury would have been a fatal blow if he had no helmet on. Dan suffered bruises and broken bones.

The National Highway Traffic Safety reports that motorcyclists survive a crash and receive less serious injuries when wearing a helmet. They report that at least 600 people are saved each year.

A question is asked, motorcycle helmets can protect your brain, but may increase the chance of a broken neck?

Dr. Michael Yorgason, a surgeon at Montana Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, says the results of programs of the medical literature: studies of autopsy after fatal motorcycle accidents have shown that neck injuries and fractures are equally likely, if you are wearing a helmet or not.

However, most medical reports support the use of motorcycle helmets. They believe that the helmet generally decreases the risk of head and brain injuries pose a significant and that using them does not increase the risk of neck injury.

An Italian study concluded that a helmet decreased injury by 66%.

A study in Thailand revealed that after making helmet compulsory, head injuries decreased by 41% over 2 years.

Now, in Kentucky, a study found that brain injury increased 4.3 times, when not wearing a helmet.

In an article written by Jonathan P. Goldstein, PhD. "The Effects of motorcycle helmet use on the likelihood of fatality and severity of head and neck injuries. In conclusion, there are several variables in a study that puts the study.

The main differences are conducted on the use of helmets or not wearing a helmet. Normal results compare death rates and injuries are two to three times higher for non-pilots helmet and increases in incidence rates in repeal years ranging from 19% to 63%.

On one side: the helmet of the verses of the helmet does not study takes account of these two kinds of pilots. Claiming that the old drivers are more cautious by nature.

One, who drive slower, thus have slower speeds in crash situations.
Two, they are less likely to have an accident.
Three, helmet users are less likely to drink and drive (alcohol or drug use). These behavior changes drastically reduce the risk of drivers.

On-the-other-hand, the factors to consider are:
1-average age of motorcyclists
2-average miles driven each year by biker
3-average experience of the rider 4-the size of the motorcycle driven.

Thus, between the size of the bike, the potential speed, age, risk taking and alcohol intake, just realistic, it can test the effectiveness of helmet use.

Goldstein's study came to these variables in question. It was reported a study evaluating the effectiveness of motorcycle helmets in accident situations. The conclusions are:
1-Motorcycle helmets have no statistically significant effect on the likelihood of fatality.
2-Helmets reduce the severity of head injuries.
3-After critical impact speed of 13 mph, helmets increased the severity of neck injuries.

The report concluded that helmet users a balance between the reduction in the severity of head injuries and the increasing severity of cervical lesions.

In these circumstances, a law on helmet use can not be motivated to be an effective method to stop a death or injury when the individuals involved in an accident.

Perhaps other options should be considered in providing safety in motorcycle use. Here are three suggestions.

One of them, to educate the general driving public (car and truck drivers) in road use with motorcycles.
Two, educate inexperienced motorcyclists on accident prevention (avoidance action) and the correct use of these powerful machines.
Third, create a strict enforcement of drunk driving laws. [Some studies show that alcohol is the main factor in deaths and injuries.]

Harley-Davidson offers basic and advanced over 200 dealerships in 30 states. Honda has four training centers. BMW is considering advanced training but says that tend to attract experienced pilots.

It is believed that training cuts panic. You need to know how to negotiate a curve and resist the urge to brake, etc.

Here are some other factors to be taken into account. Tires should be inflated to the proper level.

A riders visibility to be seen. Tests have shown that the simple helmet, white are the easiest to see. Clothes make the difference between day and night.

U.S. DOT findings discovered that following the repeal of helmet law in Texas and Arkansas August / September 1997 to May 1998, helmet use dropped to 52% in Arkansas, and 66% in Texas.

Of the Arkansas motorcycle fatalities rose 21% following the repeal and head injuries increased 18.5%. Texas deaths rose 31%.

A court case in California disputed what standards were established for qualification as a safety helmet. For a list of U.S. Compliance Test Motorcycle Helmets government can check to see if your helmet passed or failed. Check with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

When I'm on my motorcycle, I know what I'm doing. I do not know what the other driver is doing. So, with the many facets of helmet use and considering the pro / cons, I choose to wear a helmet. You have to decide for yourself!