Novelty Motorcycle Helmets are manufactured to meet safety regulations and industrial requirements.
Novelty helmets may have thin padding and might be relatively lightweight while some novelty helmets are usually heavier and have more padding. A rider or an industrial worker who is not wearing a helmet at the time of a crash will probably have a 100 percent head impact of brain injuries and/or skull fracture.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that all motorcyclists, in order to identify a safe helmet, check for the thick inner lining, sturdy chin straps, and rivets, helmet weight, design of the helmet, and the certified sticker.
If a sticker is not visible on a helmet, do not wear it while riding or working, as there is a strong possibility that the helmet will not adequately protect your head in the event of a crash.
The risk of being injured or killed in a traffic collision is much higher for motorcycle users than for users of four-wheeled vehicles. Injuries to the head and neck are the main causes of death, severe injury, and disability among users of motorcycles, bicycles and industrial workers.
Novelty Motorcycle Helmets aims to reduce the risk of serious head and brain injuries by reducing the impact of a force or collision to the head. The correct use of a helmet considerably decreases the risk and severity of head injuries.