What is the difference between a scooter helmet and a motorcycle helmet?

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Posted Glen Moore edited answer

What is the difference between a scooter helmet and a motorcycle helmet?

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Glen Moore Glen Moore edited answer

All the helmets are the same. The only difference for safety is the standard they have been given during testing for that specific design of the helmet. There are different designs and models, but the most important thing is the level of protection. I don’t really pay attention to the design or all that stuff, I prefer a durable and safe helmet rather than a nice one. You can find a lot of great and interesting information about scooters and everything about them on https://thescooterguide.com so you’ll find an answer to many other questions as well.

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Kian Jackson

Aren’t they the same? I didn’t know there’s a difference between them, if there is one. As for me, the helmet is meant to protect your head either you drive a scooter or a motorcycle and there’s no need for fancy addition or names.

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Dan

I agree with the poster above. There’s no such thing as a scooter helmet, at least I haven’t heard about any. You may think that if you’re driving a scooter than your helmet should be lighter than a motorcycle one, but that’s not true. According to Yourmotobro, no matter what you ride (a bike or motorcycle), a proper headgear is essential to have. And yeah, you should match it to your head shape and not your bike’s color or something.

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If you are in Britain, there is no such thing as a ‘scooter’ helmet or a ‘motorcycle’ helmet. They are all the same helmet. They are all safety crash helmets. They all have to have a similar construction. They all have to pass the same safety tests. You don’t match the helmet to your bike. You match the helmet to your head (if you want to survive a crash, that is…).

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