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Of course, and while we're at it why don't we eliminate all the safety equipment in all of the cars on the road. After all, if someone knows he will likely die in a car crash, then it would logically follow that he would be more attentive, seek more training and generally be a more responsible person. Of course, all these many years later, the families whose loved ones have been saved serious injury and even death by seatbelts may beg to differ.



Come on people...Of course, a key factor in safety for riders is improved driver's ed focusing on seeing motorcycles. But, to rant against R&D that focuses on safety is so off the mark. And, BTW, how does the insurance company benefit from safer vehicles? My insurance carrier gives discounts for airbags and ABS.



Lastly, what does Nader and Claybrooke have to do with this discussion? Particularly since Claybrooke is not even the president of NHTSA
 
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