Motorcycle engine size and risk of moderate to fatal injury from a motorcycle crash.

@article{Langley2000MotorcycleES,
  title={Motorcycle engine size and risk of moderate to fatal injury from a motorcycle crash.},
  author={John Desmond Langley and Bernadette Mullin and R Terry Jackson and Robyn Norton},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2000},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={659-63}
}
Current New Zealand law requires that motorcyclists with a learner or restricted licence ride a motorcycle with an engine capacity of 250 cc or less. Previous research has reported inconsistent findings regarding the relationship between cubic-capacity and risk of a crash. We sought to determine: (1) compliance with the law; (2) if the risk of an injury crash is increased for learner/restricted licence holders who do not comply with the cubic capacity regulations; and (3) whether the risk of an… CONTINUE READING

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