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Mandatory helmet law wouldn’t discourage cycling, says TRL

Read the latest: There is no evidence to support the belief that compulsory helmet-wearing for cyclists would lead to a big drop in cycling, consultant TRL said this... continued

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Local Transport Today 590 17 February
Having studied road casualty data, trends and claims for thousands of hours over some 12 years I find Mr. Finney's analysis entirely credible. I am currently uodating my own... continued

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