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THE COMPULSORY USE OF HELMETS ON SCHOOL SKI TRIPS
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    Wear helmets but do not trust one from a rental shop.

    First let me say I fully support the need to wear helmets for snowsports however the authors appear not to understand the ski rental market where a helmet would be expected to last several months in the hands of people with no interest in looking after it or that ski helmets are designed to part destruct on impact, be that in a crash or being dropped and kicked around the boot room. Rental outlets will tend to carry onl...

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