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Bicycle helmets - yes or no?
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An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure It is exactly like wearing seatbelts. You put on a helmet, or secure your seatbelt, not because you will have an accident, but that you might have an accident, and the helmet or seatbelt is there to limit (or protect from) the consequences of said accident. Seatbelt laws have been in for decades, but how often do we still hear of crash victims who died from NOT wearing their seatbelt?? If you are using something that can hurt you if things go wrong, it makes basic common sense to prepare for consequences. It may take two seconds to secure a seatbelt, but you are dead forever. It may take three seconds to put on a bike helmet, but it takes weeks or months to recover from many injuries. You may not like the way you look with a seatbelt or helmet on, but you can look good later - sooner look a little 'different' in a car or on a bike, than fabulous in a coffin. If you feel it is less than manly, or less than courageous to wear a seatbelt or helmet... imagine the conversation at the funeral... Person 1 - How did he die? Person 2 - Car accident. 1 - What happened? 2 - He didn't have his seatbelt on. Steering wheel crushed his ribs, windscreen broke his neck. 1 - No seatbelt? Wow, what a guy! Or would it be more like this? Person 1 - How did he die? Person 2 - Car accident. 1 - What happened? 2 - He didn't have his seatbelt on. Steering wheel crushed his ribs, windscreen broke his neck. 1 - No seatbelt? Wow, what a d@#khead! If it has wheels, use a helmet... bikes, skateboards, roller-skates/blades, etc. Jack and Jill went up the hill to ride their bikes, were well met Jack fell down and broke his crown but Jill had on a helmet.
It’s a bit like wearing seatbelts.
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Unless you pay for the roads via a rego sticker, like every other road user has to do …......
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