BIKERS IN Nigeria are attempting to avoid the country's new helmet laws by wearing dried pumpkin shells on their heads. Officials say they've stopped several bikers with "improvised helmets", following this month's introduction of the law. Police
AN anti-biker bill has been voted into Florida law after State Representative Carlos Lopez-Cantera took a ride-along with local police last November.The law comes into effect on October 1st, 2008 and will allow police to confiscate a motor vehicle
Next year will mark 40 years since motorcycle helmets became mandatory in the UK. It's unthinkable that this law would ever be relaxed whilst riders across the pond have very different views on the matter. Laws vary across the pond in the US
MOTORISTS who cause death by dangerous driving could be jailed for seven years under tough new guidelines.Persistent bad driving, drugs, drinking or even the use of a mobile phone will now act as indicators of a case being eligible for the new ruling across England and Wales.Alth...
THANKFULLY you're not looking at latest addition to the US Police force's motorcycle fleet - it's the futuristic machine that featured in the 2009 movie "Star Trek" .It's being prepped before being suspended mid-air in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" exhi...
AUTHORITIES IN Phuket, Thailand, are about to bring a halt to the the dangers and delights of riding a motorcycle sans helmet, after the region's Police cued up new motorcycle safety laws set to come into force later this year.From July 1st, 2010
tested in the field over the past year with law enforcement agencies including Monterey Police Department, Santa Cruz Police Department, San Jose State University Police Department and Scotts Valley Police Department in the US, as well as the Metropolitan
Wolman...claims his bike's not touching the floorA MOTORCYCLING BARRISTER is claiming his motorcycle is immune to parking tickets because the wheels are not in contact with the floor when it's parked.Clive Wolman told three Court of Appeal judges his 500cc Suzuki is not subject t...
HOLLYWOOD MOVIE legend and Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed a controversial motorcycle noise bill, in a bid to curtail excessively loud motorbikes in the US state, Visordown has learned.The law, which will apply to new
can be fined up to $2000 NZ.Lawyers representing the Angels are now set to challenge the legislation in the High Court, citing Wanganui District Council overstepped its powers when it introduced the law last year."To take away the right to wear
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