Helmetless riders a dangerous idea
Re Sikhs get pass on helmet law, Oct. 11 Such a ruling should include provision for taking personal responsibility. Perhaps those who opt for no helmet for religious or other reasons should sign a waiver saying they will assume all costs for their medical treatment if they sustain a head injury as the result of not wearing protective head gear. Carol Rawson, Toronto Is the Ford government operating in an intellectual vacuum by dismissing the mountain of medical evidence on brain injuries from not wearing a helmet? One might surmise that brain damage isn’t confined to helmetless motorcyclists. Clive King, North Saanich, B.C.