We expect Elio sales to be pretty low in West Virginia.
- Sebastian Blanco
- Jul 30, 2016
- Chris Bruce
- Apr 19, 2015
An op-ed in The Washington Post argues that private automobiles own the road in cities, and mandatory bicycle helmet laws as a way for governments to avoid building a better infrastructure for bikes.
- Steven J. Ewing
- May 31, 2013
Not surprised? Neither are we.
- Devon Brozek
- Apr 27, 2010
In a preliminary report, the Governors Highway Safety Association recently indicated a 10% drop in motorcycle related fatalities around the U.S. in 2009. This decline marks the first such improvement in over a decade as deaths have been on the rise consistently from 1997 onward.
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Jan 10, 2009
Helmet laws are always controversial, no matter where they are being enacted. In Nigeria, though, the recently-instituted rule that all motorcycle riders and passengers must be wearing helmets has caused an unusual, um... solution, in the form of calabashes, or dried pumpkin shells, worn on the head and tied on with a string. Apparently, these shells are normally used to transport liquids and are quite durable. Sturdy enough to actually provide any meaningful safety in the event of a crash? Not
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