Jaipur, Rajasthan, India seems to be much stricter with its helmet laws than
Mumbai. Most often, drivers do wear helmets ( sans the chip strap much of the
time, though, which is of great concern to me ). I am always reminding them
that, without it, the helmet is merely a decoration and won't protect their brain
if they are in an accident or hit a bump ( India has so many potholes! ).
Often, you will see the second passenger wearing a helmet as well - though
children won't have them on.
Here we have my "orange" for today - a lady, clad in an orange sari, riding
"pinion" - this was a new word for me when I came to India. Motorcycles
really scare me and, if I would ever ride one ( which I doubt ), I would have
to have both legs straddling the cycyle.
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