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    As many people know on Jun 6, 2015 california passed a law known to many motorcyclists as “lane splitting”. The law allows motorcycles to split through traffic as long as it is not exceeding 50 miles per hour. Even though California has more motorcyclists to worry about, traffic would flow still smoother than it does now. Although there are pros and cons to lane splitting, Missouri should consider the option of legalizing it. Motorcycles can maneuver easier than a car allowing them to weave in and out of traffic faster. There are people who seem to have this idea about them and that they are dangerous and inconsiderate to other motorists. This is not entirely true, due to the fact that when a person buys a motorcycle the are aware of the…

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    No matter where in the United States one lives, it's important to know the rules and regulations, if they're going to drive a motorcycle. Each state is able to make their own laws in regards to things such as insurance, and helmet use. However, almost all states have some rules and regulations that must be followed, there are very few that don't. Helmet use There are only three states within the country that have no helmet laws. Nineteen states require that a motorcyclist wear a helmet when…

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    The motorcyclist's choice of a helmet can mean the difference between surviving an accident or dying. Overlooked details or stylistic choices can contribute to an unsafe decision. Just because a helmet is up for sale doesn't mean it's safe, or that it's safe for you in particular. Here are five tips to follow when getting a helmet: Get a full face helmet. Almost half of all motorcycle injuries involve the face. Horrific and fatal injuries do occur to the face, chin, and jaw. Surviving a serious…

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    things in life? Take a look at motorcycle accidents around the world in developed and developing countries. Do you think that the price of gas, or the price have an effect on the amount of accidents? A group of people in California had the same question, and what they found was that motorcycle accidents increased when gas prices went up. They also noted that the price for a new motorcycle is considerably less than a new car, and people have more disposable income to purchase more niceties…

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    American football has benefitted significantly with regard to safety and prevention of sports impact injuries. The first effort to combat head injuries was in 1943 when the NFL first required players to start wearing basic, soft leathered helmets without any sort of facemask (Breech). In the 1950s, NFL players started wearing plastic helmets with single facemask bars (Breech). Variations of the plastic helmets with more facemask bars were worn up until the 1980s, when the first polycarbonate…

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    How do sports helmets protect the brain? A helmet protects the head from injuries. It is designed as a protective gear to minimize the injury on head and brain. -Contain a layer of crushable foam: Foam part of helmet crushes when you hit and crash a hard surface. Crash energy is controlled and head’s stopping time is extended by about six thousandths of a second (6 ms) when you hit and crash a hard surface to minimise the peak impact of the brain. Internal strains and rotational forces are…

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    Despite their helpfulness, helmet laws are controversial. Some bikers like Stan Daniels believe they’re being discriminated against. In his essay called “Helmet Laws Discriminate against Bikers”, he tries to prove that helmet laws are unnecessary, annoying, and should be repealed because we should be able to live freely. In this essay I’ll argue that his argument is unconvincing. His argument is summarized like so: 1. People should live as they please. 2. Helmet laws take away freedom from…

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    never let these statistics scare you because riding a motorcycle is a liberating experience, but you do have to be careful when riding a motorcycle. If you are an older rider, you have even worse chances of surviving of crash because of weaker eyesight, brittle bones and a slower reaction time. In more than 48 percent of the fatalities in 2010, they occurred because of speeding and 42 percent with alcohol playing a role. The good news? You can eliminate those factors by taking less risk with…

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    he balancing motorcycleHave you ever dreamed that you wanted to have a balancing motorcycle? Well nowyou can! BMW announced that it will start producing a motorcycle that balances. I thinkthat it’s kind of a good idea that there trying to make a balancing motorcycle. It mightmake it easier for people to learn how to ride a motorcycle. When I grow up I would wantto ride a motorcycle, in fact Coach Shout has a motorcycle himself.After BMW’S 100th year anniversary they announced that they would…

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    first company that created top motorcycles. The company also manufactures bags, helmets, garments etc Q1 a) As a small business owner you want to win new customers and keep them as long as possible, there are so many opportunities and interactions with each customer and keeping track it of all can be quiet challenging, but there is a great tool to manage your customer communications and customize your marketing effort to keep customers coming back. It called Customer Relationship Management or…

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