Implementation of helmet law temporarily halted

Wednesday, 20 November 2013 - 10:24

Police spokesman SSP Ajith Rohana stated that the Implementation of the helmet law for motorcyclists was temporarily suspended due to the exploitation of the law by traders.


On November 7th police advised motorcyclists and passenger riders to wear authorized helmets without tinted visors enabling better identification from today.


The Spokesman added that certain traders are charging exorbitant prices for authorized helmets making it a great burden for low income earning persons who ride motorcycles.

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