It could soon be legal for Michigan motorcyclists to ride without helmets.
Legislation is on the verge of passing in the State House after a preliminary vote this afternoon.
The House legislation would allow a motorcycle rider 21 years of age or older to go without a helmet after they purchase a minimum of $20,000 in medical insurance.
The rider would also have to have at least two years of experience or pass a motorcycle safety course.
A final House vote is expected Wednesday.