The thrill of a bike road-trip or even a short office ride to the commute is unbeatable. The feeling of the wind hitting you, with just the motorbike between you and the tarmac feels like a million bucks.
The dream, however, falls apart as soon as you crash. A bike accident is worse than a car crash because there is little to no protection apart from your clothing and the safety gear.
Well, accidents cannot always be prevented, but you can be better prepared. Apart from the regulatory safety gear, which bikers must wear, there is a range of nifty stickers that could help you in the nick of time.
Usually, the public that gathers around an accident victim takes off the helmet-which can be outright dangerous. There can be injuries that are debilitating, which cannot be seen and will get infected as soon as you remove the helmet. However, these useful helmet stickers will keep the good-natured public at bay, until help arrives.
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These stickers, available on a website called 100 kmph have the rider’s blood group on them, and explicit instructions not to remove the helmet unless there is a doctor or paramedic in the vicinity.
You can customise them according to your blood group, and they look amazing. Apart from these stickers, there are also others available on Amazon, which have a barcode on them.
In the event of an accident, the barcode can be scanned which sends an intimation to your emergency contact.
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Well, these nifty innovations can surely go a long way in making accident-response more efficient. And their cool look may also motivate bikers to wear helmets without fail!
(Edited by Shruti Singhal)