No other area of the helmet gets struck in an accident as much as the chinbar.
Both sides of the chinbar together - which is the difference between a full face and a 3/4 helmet - gets struck 34.6% of the time.
Over 1/3 of all accidents will hit the chinbar.
They shouldn't call a 3/4 helmet (75%) - it's a 66% helmet.
And half helmets ? You might as well wear a salad bowl. Looks just as cool so save the money.
Your helmet will only protect you 39% of the time
- that's right in 61% of all crashes a half helmet doesn't protect you .