Illinois–In the Minority On Helmet Laws

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It’s a contentious issue for many bikers–whether states should be able to require motorcyclists to wear helmets. For them, it’s an issue of personal choice and freedom. But there are many other interests at stake. For insurers, it’s an issue of money and for the states regulating helmet use, it’s an issue of public safety.

More than half of the states have some form of mandatory helmet requirement, as explained in this FOX-business article, and motorcyclists required to wear helmets aren’t happy about it...

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