Legality of Mohawks on helmets

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by: hwybear on
Fri Apr 17, 2009 1:15 pm

That could go either way....I don't know.

If it still is smooth with the surface, can not forsee a problem...Not like it is a mohawk thing where should you fall off and slide, the hawk part could get caught in a road drain and snap your neck....but by then you are already "up the creek"
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by: FiReSTaRT on
Fri Apr 17, 2009 2:06 pm

Thanks Bear. In that case, I'll probably risk the legal consequences in the interest of better night-time visibility. It will be placed at the lower part of the helmet, in a no-impact area. It's also a bit flatter. The way I figure, it will appear stock to an uneducated constable and as a smart safety feature to an educated constable, so the heat factor should be fairly low.
Speaking of going overboard with my idea....
http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/1/ ... elmet.aspx
Patented LED light is incorporated into the rear vent, unobtrusive design is easy to use with different light settings
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