• Proper Motorcycle Riding Techniques Saves Lives
    So far in Fiscal Year 2005, the Air Force has tragically lost 15 warriors to motorcycle-related deaths. Aggressive riding behavior on sport bikes has been one of the leading causes of motorcycle deaths. Other causes of fatalities are excessive speed and overestimation of riding skills. Motorc
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  • Motorcycle Helmet Law Debate
    The 40 Year Debate; Are Mandatory Universal Motorcycle Helmet Laws Right or Wrong? Across the United States, every year millions of license drivers choose to ride motorcycles rather than drive automobiles for a variety of reasons; Reasons range from individual pleasure to a much more cost ef
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  • Ride a Motorcycle and Be Safe
    Keith Ruffin Ms. Wilmot English 95 17 May 2012 How to Ride a Motorcycle And Be Safe Riding motorcycles are dangerous, but fun at the same time. Being able to ride on an open road is fun, when there is light traffic or no traffic at all. The danger that a motorcycle brings is fal
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  • Getting Back on a Motorcycle
    English 105 26 June 2012 Getting Back On a Motorcycle It all started when I was a young child. My dad had been riding motorcycles for years, both on the street and in the dirt. One of the many things my father taught me as a boy was how to ride a motorcycle. Of course, I started out on what you
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  • Motorcycle Helmet Laws
    Motorcycle Helmet Laws 1 Running Head: Motorcycle Helmet Laws Impact of Mandatory Motorcycle Helmet Use Laws CariAnne Kestrel July 15, 2012 Utica College SOC 376-Z1 Criminological Research Methods Professor Gregory Fulkerson Summer 2012 Motorcycle Helmet Laws 2 Over th
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  • Army Safety
    Appendix A References Section I Required Publications AR 385–10 The Army Safety Program AR 385–40 Accident Reporting and Records DA PAM 385–10 The Army Safety Program DA PAM 385–40 Army Accident Investigation and DA PAM 385–64 Ammunition and Explosives Safety Sta
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  • Motorcycle Accidents
    MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS ENGLISH 215 28 AUGUST 2011 Motorcyclists are more prone to die in accidents than those in automobiles. Accidents are caused by the motorcycle itself, the lack of experience, not wearing proper gear, riding at excessive speeds, and inexperienced automobile drivers. T
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  • Owning a Motorcycle
    Owning a Motorcycle Have you ever wondered if there was a cheaper, more exciting alternative to driving a car? Well, ever since the late 1800’s motorcycles have been available to the public, providing another way of transportation (Strathy 7). However, there are some things to take into consid
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  • Motorcycle Accidents and the Need for Safety Helmet
    MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS AND THE NEED FOR SAFETY HELMET Motorcycle popularly known as “okada’’, “achaba’’ or “Going’’, is one of the fastest means of transportation in Nigeria and in most West Africa urban centers today. Way back in 15 to 20 years ago, motorcycles were used for person
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  • Harley - Davidson Inc. Motorcycle Industry
    Harley - Davidson Inc. Motorcycle Industry INTRODUCTION The purpose of this report is to develop a strategic corporate objective for HarleyDavidson Inc., a publicly traded, employee owned manufacturer of heavyweight motorcycles, recreational and commercial vehicles, military defense items, an
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  • The Motorcycle Helmet Law
    Millions of people all over the United States choose motorcycles over automobiles for the thrill, speed, and high performance capabilities. On the other hand, motorcycles are not at all the safest way of transportation. Motorcycles do not provide the passenger with the outer protection that cars p
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  • Motorcycle Helmets: Can the State Tell Us What to Do?
    Motorcycle Helmets: Can The State Tell Us What To Do? There were more than 3,605 motorcycle involved accidents in Michigan last year in which 122 motorcyclists were killed and 2,721 were injured. (PRNewswire, 2006). Imagine how many more of these accidents would have ended fatally if Michigan re
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  • Motorcycle Helmets: Vital Lifesavers or Superfluous Equipment?
    Some people believe that it is acceptable not to wear a helmet while operating a motorcycle. I, however, am not one of those people. I firmly believe that motorcycle helmets should be worn by all who drive or ride a motorcycle. The brain is the most important organ/muscle that one possesses, and
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  • Motorcycle Helmet Laws in America
    Introduction Motorcycle are not the safest means of transportation but millions of people all across America choose them over automobile for the trill, speed and high performance capabilities they offer in fraction of the price of a automobile. Motorcycle do not provide the protection like autom
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  • Road Safety
    Air Bags and On/Off Switch As of November 1, 1997, over 2,600 lives have been saved by air bags. However, they also have been blamed for causing the deaths of 87 occupants. Although all of these deaths are tragic, virtually all of these occupants were unbelted or improperly belted. One fact is c
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  • Choosing the Proper Motorcycle for the Need.
    Choosing the Proper Motorcycle for the Need. Motorcycles, the fun, carefree, invigorating way to enjoy the countryside, the only question is what type of Motorcycle is best for the ride? Should I get a Touring bike, Street bike (otherwise known as a Sport bike) or a Cruiser bike? How about new
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  • Safety
    Anything under the sun. A Life Saving Device Often in life people use to neglect the little things that in the end will end up saving their life. I mean seriously people sometimes just prefer to throw caution to the wind, for example how often do you see people riding on a motorcycle without an
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  • Army Safety
    Army Safety This research project’s goal is to determine whether or not the Army should increase its safety program to include additional training and incentives for Army families that are safe in their activities. When family members are injured it creates a dilemma for the Army. It creates l
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  • Factors Associated with High Levels of Accidents by Motorcycle Taxi Drivers
    Factors associated with high levels of accidents by Motorcycle taxi drivers Godwin Asiimwe Bachelor of Statistics, Msc. Statistics (Makerere University) Assistant Lecturer, Department of Management Science Makerere University Business School Mbaga Tuzinde Bsc. Quantitative Economics, Msc.
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  • Road Safety
    UMTRI-2009-1 JANUARY 2009 ROAD SAFETY IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES DINESH MOHAN OMER TSIMHONI MICHAEL SIVAK MICHAEL J. FLANNAGAN ROAD SAFETY IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES Dinesh Mohan Omer Tsimhoni Michael Sivak Michael J. Flannagan The University of Michigan Tr
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