Harley Davidson Owners In India Want Helmets With American Department of Transportation (DOT) Or Australian Certification Logos. In Mumbai, India, the police commissioner had instructed the police officers to fine all bikers wearing helmets without the ISI (Bureau Of Indian Standards) certification mark. Problem is that ISI certified helmets are unanimously recognized as of cheap quality and less impact resistant than their American and Australian counterparts. So, for now in India, riding with a certified ISI helmet is risky business and riding with a good helmet is prohibited and costs you a fine. Of course, many have found out that putting an ISI sticker over a DOT mark works fine with the Mumbai PD.
Mandatary Helmet Law In South Carolina? Common sense to wear a helmet when you ride a motorcycle or infringement on basic liberties? Legislature once again is considering a mandatory helmet law for all ages during its next session in January. South Carolina has a history of failing to pass controversial measures until the federal government threatens to withhold funding for road projects. Neighboring Georgia and North Carolina require helmets for all motorcycle and moped riders, regardless of age. Twenty states have laws that require motorcycle drivers and passengers, as well as those on mopeds, to wear a helmet.
Part Of The Former Big Dog Motorcycles Place In Kansas Now Under Contract. There is a contract on the 20,000-square-foot warehouse space that includes an almost 2,000-square-foot office building in front of the warehouse and the land up to the corner. The list price was $850,000. Intrust Bank foreclosed on Big Dog in April, and founder Sheldon Coleman Jr. dissolved the corporation. He then started a new company, BDM Performance Products, to supply parts, accessories and gear for Big Dog motorcycles owners. The operation is based in Big Dog’s former service and research and development buildings, a property not for sale.