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WASHINGTON–The National Transportation Safety Board has offered a series of recommendations to state lawmakers across the country, calling for more of them to enact laws requiring motorcyclists and their passengers to wear helmets.

“The facts are very clear–head injuries are a leading cause of deaths in motorcycle crashes,” said NTSB Chairman Mark Rosenker. Wearing a helmet, he added, is “the most important step riders can take in terms of protecting themselves and staying alive.”

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