(3/24/12) The warmer weather this spring has motorcycle riders hitting Wisconsin roads, with state transportation officials reminding them to use their heads about safety.
Motorcycling fatalities were down last year, but one state official points out that 92 percent of those killed weren't wearing a helmet at the time. In the past that number has been closed to 65 percent. This is leading to a call to action by the DOT. Bikers are being urged to voluntarily strap on a helmet each time they ride.
(Thanks, John Colbert, WIBA)
Source: Wheeler News