Full Throttle Magazine is North and South Carolina’s definitive guide to biker events. The publishers of the publication are currently seeking input from bike enthusiasts on the current N.C. helmet law. Below is the survey. You can fill out the survey at www.fullthrottlemagazine.com.
  1. Would you support tiered licensing for motorcyclists? ie learner’s permit (with restrictions), intermediate rider (helmet & goggles), experienced rider (no helmet IF you are over 21, pass the exp. riders course, and pay $75 annually)
  {mosimage}•  YES, I would support more government restrictions on my freedoms and efforts to help law enforcement officers determine if a rider is in compliance with the law from a distance.
  •  NO, I am not going to support laws that restrict or take away my liberty and give law enforcement more justifiable causes to pull over and harass bikers.
  •  Not only NO, but HELL NO!
  2. Would you support a bill that would tax you $75 per year (for each motorcycle you own) for the right to ride without a helmet.
  •  YES, I am in favor of more taxation as a means to fund unnecessary safety study centers and multilevel government bureaucracy.
  •  NO, I already pay property tax, road use tax (gasoline & tires) highway tolls, and licensing fees
  •  Not only NO, but HELL NO!
  3. Would you support a bill to create a Motorcycle Crash Study Center in NC if it was paid for with $2 million taxpayer dollars from the annual state budget?
  •  YES, If someone else pays for it I would support it.
  •  NO, because it the money comes from the general fund or even federal funds, ultimately, I , the taxpayer pay for it in the end.
  •  Not only NO, but HELL NO!
  4. Would you support a bill in the 2009 legislature for TOTAL HELMET LAW REPEAL that would allow THOSE WHO RIDE DECIDE what safety equipment was right for them?
  •  YES, I think it is every adult American’s right to decide what activities to participate in and what safety equipment is right for them to wear.
  •  NO, I think that everyone should be forced to wear a Federally Approved helmet even though the government cannot determine what that is or guarantee my safety if I wear one.
  •  Not only NO, but HELL NO!
  5. Would you join NC Concerned Bikers Association (CBA) and help to lobby for the right to choose what safety equipment was right for you?
  •  YES, If CBA was on track to focus on getting the helmet law repealed, I would gladly join the fight for freedom.
  •  NO, I am content to be a welfare rider and sit on the sidelines and let others fight for the freedoms that I will ultimately enjoy at their expense.
  •  Not only NO, but HELL NO!
  6. Will you contact your local state Senator and Representatives and ask them to support the repeal of the NC helmet bill?
  •  YES, I would gladly join the fight for freedom to get the NC helmet law repealed.
  •  NO, I am content to be a welfare rider and sit on the sidelines and let others fight for the freedoms that I will ultimately enjoy at their expense
  •  Not only NO, but HELL NO!


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