Helmets are very important from security point of view for two-wheeler riders. But it seems these security measures are meant only for the heads of common masses. As per recent news, one female Councillor was stopped by traffic police as she was not wearing helmet. What happened actually is not known but media reports say that the lady tried to take disadvantage of her position and even accused the traffic personnel for misbehaving.
Now let us say it this way- A person of position has the right to not wear helmets or has the right to break rules. So if you, too, do not wish to wear helmet or a seat belt(as per norms), make sure that you hold a position especially politically.
More so, enrol in police services because policemen can comfortably and proudly move around on their bikes without wearing helmets (since helmet is main topic). Break all rules, spit paan masala on road, talk on mobile while driving and use your “badge” to break free. Scare the masses using the same badge, teach them rules and regulations and ride your bike in style…after all “tumhein pata nahin hai main kaun hoon”.
Seriously, all rules are meant for the common masses. Break the rules and feel your pocket going light and if the “crime” is really worth mentioning then be ready to eat chutney and roti in jail.
Young men breaking rules get away safely as they have those “connections” even if that connection was only for a day. Helmets are good if they dangle on your bike’s handle. That way the beauty and cost of the helmet is noticed even more. But if you wear it, your hair line will recede, girls will not get to see your hair colour, boys will not notice girls well enough, hair styled at a parlour will go waste. Now wasting money is not a good idea… so don’t hide your looks behind a helmet. You better use scarf and be masked but don’t bother about your lipstick or makeup since you always carry that stuff in your bag.
Enough said, helmet or no helmet…acquire a high position and enforce new rules!!!!