Motorcycle Helmet Law
Call me crazy, but I think that if a person wants to ride a motorcycle without a helmet on; they should be able to. Now, personally you won’t see me without one on!
Cody Moulton has ridden helmetless since before the state repealed its helmet law in 1997. That won’t change, he said, even if Texas heeds a heightened federal push to require riders to wear helmets.
“Motorcyclists are rugged individualists,” said Moulton, 58, who added he has a permanent medical waiver that exempts him from helmet laws.
I’m all for individual rights and personal responsibility and therefore I say: If you don’t want to wear a helmet, don’t. But, don’t whine when your disabled from crackin’ your skull on the asphalt either.