Helmet rule likely to go on Bexley's books - Columbus Local News

Published: Monday, July 26, 2010 4:53 PM EDT
Bexley city officials are expected to impose a new law next week that would fine parents if their children are riding a bicycle in Bexley without a helmet, but not all officials agree they should intervene.

The city proposed an amendment last month to its bicycle and motorcycle laws that would require children under 16 to wear a helmet while operating a bicycle on a city street, sidewalk or alley.

Parents of children caught riding without a helmet would pay a $25 fine; however, the offense would not be considered criminal, according to the proposal.

City Council is scheduled to vote on the proposed amendment at its Tuesday, July 27 meeting with a unanimous recommendation from Safety Committee members to approve the new rules.



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