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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Owners Manual: If you don't have a helmet, buy a helmet and wear it every time you ride

Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Owners Manual / The sport of motorcycling / If you don't have a helmet, buy a helmet and wear it every time you ride

Most accidents occur within a few miles of home, and almost half occur at speeds of less than 30 mph. So even if you're just going on a quick errand, be preparedstrap on your helmet before you take off.

Helmets do not reduce essential vision or hearing. Generally, helmets do not cause or intensify injury if you crash. Helmets simply help your skull protect your intelligence, your memory, your personality, and your life.

Your eyesight is equally valuable.

Wearing suitable eye protection can help keep your v1s1on unblurred by the wind and save your eyes from airborne hazards like bugs, dirt, or pebbles kicked up by tires.

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