In response to President Donald Trump’s claim last week that a so called ‘bowling ball’ test is preventing US automobiles from entering the Japanese market, Global NCAP has written to the US President urging him to make ‘America First’ in pedestrian protection by adopting the same global standard applied by Japan…
“[In the USA, there] were 1,661 motorcycle deaths of people 50 and older in 2015, according to a November 2016 report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. That’s an increase of nearly 7 percent, up from 1,553 deaths the previous year. That age group accounted for 35 percent of the total 4,693 motorcycle fatalities, the most for 2015.
This excellent video from French road safety (sécurité routière) has only one slight failing. It uses the word “accident” — something that is being actively discouraged in the road safety world as providing an empty excuse that many people cling to, as in: “It wasn’t my/his/her fault, it was an accident!”
That aside, do watch this powerful and accurate video: