Pennsylvania Motorcycle Accident Deaths Are Up - What Is the Cause?
Posted Scott B. Cooper on May 28, 2013 in Motorcycle Accidents
The number of deaths in motorcycle crashes has increased by approximately 35% since Pennsylvania lawmakers decided a decade ago to give motorcyclists the choice of whether to wear helmets or not. Pennsylvania officials say 210 people died in motorcycle crashes last year, and only 100 wore helmets while 104 did not. There is no current movement to repeal the law and people who support the helmet law repeal say the number of motorcycle registrations is up 53 percent, and more motorcycles means more crashes and fatalities.
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