(CNET) According to the national highway traffic safety administration, for each mile traveled, motorcyclists are thirty times more likely to get into a fatal accident than passenger cars.
A new helmet features a rear facing camera and a heads-up display that lets you see what's going on behind you, could improve riding safety by helping riders see what they previously couldn’t.
Skully helmets plans to begin test trials of the new helmet in the spring.
More than 30,000 people have signed up for the chance to be a part of that testing.
If you’re interested in trying out the helmet, head to the cnet site for details.
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