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STATEWIDE – Lawmakers may be pushing to make motorcycle helmet use mandatory in Florida.  The NTSB calls this a public health issue as their figures show that approximately 4,400 people die in the United States each year due to blunt head trauma.

Last year in Florida was one of the safest on record.  There were 373 motorcycle-related deaths. In those, forty six percent of the victims were not wearing a helmet.

The NTSB can only recommend the law change.  To see helmet laws by state click link below:

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