At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a variety of helmets to ensure that you have every helmet option available to you. Whether you're looking for a carbon fiber helmet, and open-faced helmet, visors, or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your helmet needs!
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Helmets on Andy's Auto Sport TV!
In this Andy's Auto Sport TV video, we show you the differences between open-faced and closed-faced helmet designs, and what to look for when deciding on a helmet for use on a race track or closed course driving event. Items of note in this video:
*At 0:26, we discuss open-face vs. closed-face helmets.
*At 0:37, we talk about helmet ratings and racing requirements for helmets.
Put simply, a helmet protects your head from impacts, debris, the sun and a certain amount of sound. Depending on what you're planning to use it for, there are various types of helmets to be considered. For one, an open-faced helmet is great for driving a scooter, or car with a roof, especially if you want to have an understandable conversation with the person sitting next to you. If you are interested in riding motorcycles, the full-faced helmet is generally the way to go, especially if your helmet is exposed to the elements.
DID YOU KNOW?
When cornering at 3G's, a racing driver's helmet can weigh as much as 50 pounds, putting extreme strain on the neck and shoulder muscles.