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Dozens of motorcyclist’s lives could be saved every year if air bag jackets were made compulsary, said Dr. Andy Parfitt, Accident and Emergency Doctor of St. Thomas Hospital London. The jackets are equivalent of car air bags and inflate if the rider is thrown off during a crash. In one version, the jacket is attached to the bike by a lead which detaches when the rider has come off suddenly. 

VITAL ORGANS   |   Dr. Andy Parfitt said, “There’s a shocking number of deaths of motorcyclists on the roads. I think dozens of lives could be saved if these jackets were made compulsory”.

Dr. Andy Parfitt, a keen biker added, “There’s no question that what the jackets do affoird is, they protect a motorcyclists’ vital organs, neck and spine over and above the level that a normal jacket would do”. He continued, “A majority of deaths in motorcycle accidents are due to injuries to these vital organs that should be protected by these jackets”. – BBC News



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Syed Yasser Alhady, Production Engineer, OSRAM (M) Sdn Bhd

“It’s brilliant to apply airbag jacket for riders like myself. I am no longer feel extremely fragile when riding my bike to work especially during the peak hours. In addition, AIRSAV price point is really affordable. Thank you AIRSAV!”.




Nazirul Aqib, SAP Specialist, AIA Group

“I love speed and I love super bikes. AIRSAV has given me the confidence to ride everyday to my office and to meet my family in Penang”.




Husyaini Razak, Site Engineer, Tokai Engineering Sdn Bhd

“AIRSAV is a game changer for the road safety landscape. I believe the Malaysian government will make airbag jacket as a compulsory safety gear for motorcyclist in the near future”.