DOT Helmet Failure Rate Is Now 43 Percent

DOT Helmet Failure Rate Is Now 43 Percent

This is exactly what Im talking about in my recent Arai article when it comes to safety standards concerning me. But what does this actually mean? Its a catchy headline 43% failure! rate! Oh no quick honey throw out all the DOT only helmets?!!
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