New Hampshire Injury Attorney at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. Lauds World's first Rearview, Flip-Front Motorcycle Helmet

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New Hampshire injury attorney and avid motorcyclist John Tenn shares news of the world’s first rearview, flip-front motorcycle helmet. The helmet made by Reevu allows a rider to see what’s directly behind him or her without having to turn their head.

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This new technology provides motorcyclists with the same awareness as a car’s rear view mirror.

New Hampshire motorcycle accident attorney John Tenn encourages motorcyclists to wear appropriate protective gear, including helmets, and asks all motorcyclists to take a look at Reevu’s new motorcycle helmet. Reevu has added revolutionary rear view technology that allows a rider wearing the helmet to see what’s directly behind without turning their head, reported FOX News.

“This new technology provides motorcyclists with the same awareness as a car’s rear view mirror,” said New Hampshire accident attorney John Tenn.

According to reports, the view from behind the rider is projected onto a mirror located just above the visor of the helmet. The view of the road in front of the rider is not affected in any way.

According to Reevu’s website, the helmet exceeds safety and construction standards. Its casing is made from a mix of carbon composites that gives riders a lightweight helmet with full impact resistance. The helmet is also said to be better ventilated than average helmets. Reevu states that the mirrors themselves are nearly unbreakable, won’t shatter in the event of an accident, and are DOT-approved.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated that 1,829 motorcyclists’ lives were saved by helmets in 2008, and that 823 more lives could have been saved if all riders wore helmets. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “consistent use of protective helmets by motorcycle drivers and passengers cuts the rate of severe injury by 70 percent and reduces fatalities by 40 percent.” New Hampshire is one of three states without a mandatory helmet law.

“In New Hampshire, riders can make their own decision about whether to wear a helmet. Although there are a variety of reasons why riders prefer to go without helmets, all riders should be aware that helmet use has been shown to significantly lower the number of motorcycle accident–related injuries, including deaths,” said Tenn.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact the experienced New Hampshire injury lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, P.A.

About Tenn And Tenn, P.A.

Tenn And Tenn, P.A. provides legal representation for clients involved in personal injury cases, family law and divorce matters, and criminal cases including drivers accused of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

John J. Tenn is a NH motorcycle accident attorney at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. For more than 20 years, he has represented injured bikers. The NH motorcycle lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. can be contacted at (603) 624-0028. The office of Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is located at 16 High St., Suite 3, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101

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