Michigan motorcycle helmet law

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May 21, 2018

More helmeted motorcyclists means fewer motorcycle deaths, fewer TBIs and serious spinal cord injuries, and millions of dollars in savings for taxpayers on catastrophic medical care for injured motorcyclists

April 24, 2018

Researchers show cervical spine injury and fractures double after motorcycle accidents involving unhelmeted riders; study debunks myth that motorcycle helmet use can cause neck injuries

June 24, 2017

5 Michigan-specific studies show more motorcycle accident deaths and injuries among non-motorcycle helmet wearers. Were there any benefits to an all-rider helmet law repeal?

April 3, 2017

Since the motorcycle helmet law was repealed, riders who crashed and didn’t wear a helmet died at twice the rate of those who did. Solution? Strap it back on

June 23, 2016

Since 2012 repeal, motorcycle fatalities have increased 26% and fatalities for motorcyclists not wearing helmets have increased 1,000% – even with registrations down nearly 4% First, the undisputed facts: Motorcycle accident deaths are up 26% since the 2012 repeal of Michigan’s motorcycle helmet law. Fatalities for motorcycle operators not wearing a helmet are up approximately …

June 28, 2014

University of Michigan student aims to make motorcyclists more comfortable with air-conditioning-like device for helmets Critics of motorcycle helmet laws often say they are uncomfortable and hot, which leads to more accidents. This is despite studies that show motorcycle helmets do not cause heat discomfort – or restrict vision and interfere with hearing. Nevertheless, if riders …