For motorcycle enthusiasts, nothing compares to facing the wind on the open road; it gives a certain sense of freedom, and it does sound delightful, but is it worth your safety? Absolutely NOT.

⁣Let’s begin with the fact that a motorcycle does not have a protective structure, as a car does, therefore, it is a man against asphalt situation, where in the event of an accident, the head and brain are the most vulnerable to injuries.⁣

Important Facts

  • Anyone 21 or older must wear a helmet in Florida.
  • Motorcycle helmets reduce the risk of head injury by 69% and the risk of death by 42%.
  • Head injuries are one of the leading causes of death and disability in America.
  • More than 82 % of Americans favor state laws requiring all motorcyclists to wear helmets.

Motorcyclists need to take extra precautions to protect their body, and their passengers, and wearing helmets increases their probability of survival considerably over those not wearing helmet, and even more when riders are responsible enough to wear the proper “leathers “.⁣