Helmets, Your Protection in a Toronto Go-Karting Crash

January 20, 2016

Toronto Go-Karting is fast, it is furious, and it is full of excitement at every bend.

With every twist and turn comes the thrill of the race, as you try hard to gauge the apex of a corner while maintaining a decent speed. Safety is clearly important, and at GPK it is not something that we neglect. We make sure we provide the latest safety equipment, including top of the range helmets.

We have a video on the Safety Features of a Go-Kart. Check it out!

Grand Prix Kartways | 75 Carl Hall Road Bay 3, Unit #9 Parc Downsview Park Toronto, ON Canada M3K 2B9 | (647) 955-3884 http://gokarttoronto.com

Helmets are compulsory when Go Karting in Toronto.

Helmets are worn to protect you when you crash. Obviously they are compulsory when Go-Karting in Toronto, but you should also be sure to wear one whenever you ride a bike, motorcycle, or in any case that a collision or crash is possible. A helmet could well save your life.

How Do Helmets Work?

Helmets work in a very simple way. They contain a layer of high quality crushable foam, which absorbs most of the impact of a crash. This saves your skull, and quite possibly your brain from being damaged in a collision. The foam also serves to reduce the rotational force that could cause neck damage or spine damage.

The outer layer of the helmet is made from a hard plastic that is designed to skid easily across the surface, so that the impact is reduced to a less harmful skim, rather than a deep impact, or a painful jerk of the head in a particular direction.

As you may be beginning to realize, the simple protection that a helmet can provide is invaluable to your safety.

Toronto Go Kating | 75 Carl Hall Rd. Downsview Park Toronto ON M3K 2B9 Canada | http://gokarttoronto.com

Go-Kart crashes can happen anytime.

Remember… it is better not to crash in the first place, so be sure to drive responsibly.

 

Learn more about Toronto Go-Karting Safety rules here.
Helmets with visors, such as the ones that we provide at our Go-Karting racetrack in Toronto, provide protection against debris, or any other scraps that could fly in your face when you are driving at high speeds. Your eyes and face are safe, as long as the visor is always kept down.

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