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    >> As a motorcyclist, I am aware of the constant danger rider are faced with; careless and day dreaming driver (or a driver busy on the mobile phone), animals that suddenly cross your path (black dog on a badly lit road) or other countless reasons. Heck, even a dead bird can do bad enough damage.
After your head, I think the second most critical part to protect is your upper body. Sure, you've got your hi-tec body armours, jackets, pants, pads and protectors. But your upper body can use some cushioning during a fall or impact.  For this reason, I started looking around the globe (www) for a good yet affordable solution. Most of the ones I came across were too pricey for myself and most riders on the road and they pretty much meant buying a new jacket altogether.
We'll I've found a very good and affordable solution to this...the MOTORAIR VERSATILE AIRBAG VEST. At more than 1/2 the price of what other manufacturers are charging, I want to get as many of my fellow biker better protected. In fact, the owner decided to come up with this solution after a motorcycle accident in 1996. Yes, they are one of the pioneers in this field and they even OEM for other famous brands worldwide...visit their site at www.motoair.com
       
    >> MOTOAIR, motorcycle airbag jacket has been marketed in many countries and saved the lives of numerous motorcyclists and a great many families that would otherwise have broken. Besides the many thankful letters from those saved riders, coverage about this revolutionary product by media has always been given in many countries. The Whitehouse also issued a letter acknowledging it thanks to MOTOAIR Airbag Jacket for maintaining the human safety of the local policemen on duty.
       
    >> Below will show you the information about the case diagram and the thanks letter
       
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    Thanks letter
       
     

Thanks to MOTORCYCLE AIR BAG JACKET MOTOAIR 2000,when the traffic accident occurred,I safely went through the casualty. It happened one day while I was riding my motorcycle in the Paris streets.
All of a sudden, a man rushed out to the crossroad. In order not to bump into him, I fell from the motorcycle and slid on the ground for about 10 meters.?However, I was not hurt at all thanks to the MOTORCYCLE AIR BAG JACKET. Its air bag puffed up immediately and protected me from any damage might have happen originally. Moreover, the air bag jacket was still as good as new while even my leather gloves were rub to be broken! The air bag was puffed up at lighting speed and very protective, especially for the neck. Please kindly find enclosed the?drawing, indicating the place of the accident and the course of the event.
Therefore,I would like to express my great gratitude for the extraordinary inventor. I sincerely hope there shall be no more accident hereafter.

Best regards,
Yours truly,
Jeam Marc Jun

       
    Comment By UK Doctors
     
    Dozens of motorcyclists' lives could be saved every year if air bag jackets were made compulsory, accident and emergency doctors have said.
       
    >> The jackets are the equivalent of car air bags and inflate if the rider is thrown off during a crash.
In one version, the jacket is attached to the bike by a lead which detaches when the rider has come off suddenly.
The Department of Transport said it had no plans for a new law but said it welcomed anything to improve safety.
     
    Vital organs
       
    >> Although motorcyclists make up just 1% of road users, they account for 20% of fatalities.
Figures for 2007 show that 561 bikers died on the roads.
Andy Parfitt, an A&E doctor at St Thomas' Hospital in London, said: "There is a shocking number of deaths of motorcyclists on the roads. I think dozens of lives could be saved if these jackets were made compulsory.
"It stopped me from rolling as well. It stops the bounce. I think it's the bounce when you're crashing at speed that hurts you" Stuntman Rob Hunt after testing an air bag jacket.
       
    >> Dr Parfitt, a keen biker, said: "There's no question that what the jackets do afford is, they protect a motorcyclists' vital organs, neck and spine over and above the level that a normal jacket would do.
"A majority of deaths in motorcycle accidents are due to injuries to these vital organs that should be protected by these jackets."
       
    >> One rider whose experience underlines the kind of injuries that motorcyclists can receive in accidents is 32-year-old Dineth Wijayarathna.
He was involved in a crash two years ago on a private track that left him seriously injured.
He said: "I was doing about 130mph (210km/h), the rear wheel suspension failed on my motorcycle and I came off, broke my pelvis in two places, broke my back and broke a few ribs."
He needed two major operations, couldn't walk for six months and still feels the after-effects two years on.
"I've got a plate in the front of my pelvis with six bolts in it. I've got two 9cm (3.5in) bolts going through my pelvis into my spine," he said.
"It was awful. Not being able to walk, not being able to do normal bodily functions for such a long period of time wasn't the best fun."
    >> There are different types of air bag jackets on sale in the UK, which cost up to twice as much as standard jackets.
One version, sold by Point Two, is attached to bikes by a lead and, if the wearer falls off, that triggers a small gas canister that inflates the jacket in less than one fifth of a second.
The spine is then held tight and the air bag protects the area between the neck and pelvis.
Newsbeat gave one of the jackets to Rob Hunt, a stuntman for 12 years.
He said afterwards: "It just stops you from going anywhere. It's tight. It's protecting all around my ribs."
"It felt as though I was picked up off the floor and I was on the air bag. It was just like gliding on air.
"It stopped me from rolling as well. It stops the bounce. I think it's the bounce when you're crashing at speed that hurts you."
       
    Protect By Airbag
       
    >> Princess Anne's daughter, 29, was competing in Enschede, Holland, when her horse lost his footing at a jump. The Queen's granddaughter was thrown into the water when High Kingdom slipped. But Miss Phillips was protected when the airbag jacket she was wearing inflated immediately after being activated by a rip cord on her saddle. Miss Phillips, the twelfth in line to the throne, was eliminated from the competition because of the fall. The Military Boekelo is the biggest outdoor sporting event in The Netherlands and one of the most important equestrian events in the world.
       
 
       
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