Motorcycle helmets are now a no brainer for those looking to reduce the risk of head injuries, as many have already started wearing them.
In a bid to make sure that they’re in place, the National Consumer Council (NCC) is now encouraging motorcycle helmet use.
The NCC is one of the major lobbying groups for helmet use in India, as it aims to raise awareness about the benefits of helmet use for those with head injuries.
“We believe helmet use is a no BS measure, a no barrier to riding,” NCC India chief Srinivasa Chatterjee said.
“We are also trying to make helmets compulsory, as the cost of helmets can be prohibitive for many people, including those who have not got them yet.”
So why not just go for the cheapest option?
The main reason is that helmets are expensive.
The most expensive helmet is currently the Kawasaki ZX-10R, which is $1,200.
That’s just for the front, side and rear helmet, which comes with a $200 price tag.
If you’re worried about the cost and if you’re not comfortable with the idea of getting a helmet, you can always buy a cheaper helmet.
There are also several other helmets that are cheaper than the ZX10R.
A helmet with a visor is a mustThe headgear for riders of all ages is important, especially in the case of kids, who are much more prone to head injuries than adults.
In India, helmets are mandatory for children under 18, but it is not compulsory for all adults.
But since children have a different physiology, it’s also a requirement to wear a helmet in their vicinity.
The National Consumer Commission for India (NCCI) said in a recent report that helmets should be compulsory for children, especially those under the age of five.
The NCCI also said helmets are an effective preventative measure in the country.
“For young children, helmets offer protection against the serious head injuries associated with falls, and can help reduce the severity of their head injuries,” said Dr Pankaj Kumar, head of the department of paediatric orthopaedics and head and neck surgery at the National Institute of Medical Sciences.
“The helmets that we have now, especially the Z-10, are extremely effective, which has saved hundreds of lives and reduced serious head injury to children,” he said.
“There is a need to get rid of the fear and wear helmets.
If we don’t have to wear helmets, then there is no point to wearing them,” added Chatterjian.
There are several helmet brands out there that have come out with their own helmets, but for most people, the best option is the helmet that comes with the bike.
The biggest issue is whether you have to buy the helmet yourself or have it shipped to your local bike shop.
Motorcycle helmets, also known as motorcycle helmets, are available in many colours and styles.
The cheapest option is typically a white helmet, but you can also find cheap helmets in black, red, green and yellow.
There is also a range of different types of helmets available that come with a reflective material to reduce glare.
While helmets can protect your head from the head impacts, they’re also useful for preventing head injuries in the event of a collision.
Head injuries are a major cause of death in India.
In 2014, a study by the Indian National Institute for Injury Research and Control found that nearly two-thirds of India’s helmet-related fatalities involved a head injury.
The Indian Government has made helmet use mandatory in the Indian Motorcycle Industry (IMI), as part of the National Motor Vehicle (NMV) Safety Standards Act, which came into effect in April 2016.
A helmet with visor, however, is not mandatory.
While helmet use has become mandatory in some states, the implementation of helmet laws varies from state to state.
In some states like Gujarat, the requirement is for people to wear the helmet when riding a motorcycle.
In others like Maharashtra, it is optional.
While there are different laws in various states, there are also different opinions on whether helmets are compulsory or not.
According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), helmets are considered mandatory for the safety of the rider and the rider’s safety is paramount.
However, a recent survey conducted by the ICMR revealed that nearly 70 per cent of respondents in India do not feel that helmets can save their lives in the crash.
The study said that, “Many respondents (66 per cent) believe helmets can lead to increased head injuries and a higher death toll due to the accident.”