Tuesday, July 5, 2011

ABATE of Michigan Not Happy About Insurance Requirement Added To Motorcycle Helmet Repeal

The Michigan Senate may have voted 24-14 to repeal the state's motorcycle helmet law but supporters of the repeal say an added insurance requirement is nothing short of excessive.
       Vince Consiglio, president of the 20,000-member Michigan chapter of American Bikers Aiming Toward Education, or ABATE, said his group doesn't support the amendment requiring those who choose to ride without a helmet to purchase $100,000 in medical payment coverage.

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