When will the new motorcycle helmets be ready for use?
The Italian government is looking for public input on how soon the new helmets will be ready to be used.
Motorcycle helmets have been around for about a decade now, and the industry has grown in popularity as more people try to get away from helmets in cars.
The government is keen to find out what people like the look of and what makes them comfortable, as well as how well they fit.
The aim is to have helmets ready for sale by 2019.
There are three different types of motorcycle helmets: traditional helmets, helmets made from synthetic materials, and helmets made of polymers, which are currently the only kind available.
The first generation of helmets, known as the “F-5”, is designed for riders who are between 18 and 25 years old, while the next generation is designed to be worn by anyone over 25 years of age.
They have a helmet shape similar to a standard helmet, but the colour is slightly different, with blue and orange being the two main colours.
The F-5 helmet has a helmet structure similar to that of the modern helmets, which can be adjusted in two ways, with the head shaping in the front facing the wearer and the head shape in the back facing away from the wearer.
The shape of the F-1 is very similar, but with a different helmet structure.
The helmet is made of a combination of a polycarbonate material and a polyester material.
The material is typically made of acrylic, polyvinyl chloride, and polyethylene, but some brands make them of other materials, including plastic and nylon.
The shape of each of the four helmets is slightly modified from the previous generation.
The F-4 helmet is a triangular shape with a rounded top, while F-3 has a round shape.
The helmets are made of two pieces: the head and the chin strap.
The helmet is attached to the helmet via a helmet strap that is made from either polyethylenimine (PE), polyethylenesvinyl acetate (PEVAC), or polyvinylene-vinyl cellulose (PVC).
The head strap is the most common part of a motorcycle helmet, and is made up of four parts.
The inner part of the strap is made out of a rubber material that is stiff enough to absorb the impact of a helmet hit.
The outer part is made by stitching together two pieces of rubber and the inner part is a plastic material that acts as a hardening layer.
The head and chin strap can be changed between black and white, and white is the default colour.
The design of the head strap and chin straps has also changed slightly.
Previously, the helmet strap was made of one piece of leather, while now it is made entirely of polyester, making the head straps slightly lighter.
As part of their helmet design, helmet manufacturers are required to have a “safety rating” that measures the impact strength of each helmet, based on their manufacturer’s helmet standards.
The higher the number, the stronger the helmet.
For example, a safety rating of 12 means the helmet will protect against the force of about 40 kilos (77 pounds) of impact.
The ratings can be found on the helmet label, and can be applied to helmets with the same or higher impact strength, such as the F1, F5, and F3 helmets.
According to the Italian government, the first two sets of ratings are “optimal”, meaning that the helmet meets all the criteria for safety.
The first rating is used to determine which helmets are considered “optimum” for the purpose of a new safety rating.
For instance, helmets with a rating of 10 would meet the requirements for a new rating.
However, manufacturers of helmets with higher impact strengths must adhere to a different rating system for helmets with lower impact strengths.
For this reason, helmets that meet a higher impact rating will not meet the new rating system, but helmets with less impact strength will.
Accordingly, helmets are subject to the new safety ratings, but not to the rating system used for the new helmet rating system.
The Italian government has set the initial safety rating for the F5 helmet to be 12.
The Italian helmet rating standards for helmets can only be changed by a new manufacturer, so a manufacturer can only apply for the rating in the first three years after its manufacture.
The second and third safety rating levels are for helmets that will meet all the impact tests for the helmets with an impact strength rating of 13.
The new helmet standards for these helmets must be applied in five years after the helmet’s manufacture.
The helmets with ratings of 14 and 15 will be subject to a new helmet standard, which will be used until 2025.
The fourth safety rating level for the helmet is for helmets for use by motorcycle drivers who have suffered from head injuries.
The government sets the new ratings for motorcycle helmets based on the number of times that the driver has suffered a head injury.
The new ratings