NEW YORK — The ksl classification system, created to make it easier for people to find the right parts for their bikes, has been a controversial tool for the motorcyclist.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the safety of motorcycle riders, called the system an outdated and inefficient tool that has contributed to the deaths of at least 2,300 people.
The organization released a report last week that said there were over 8,000 ksl-classified motorcycle accidents between 2003 and 2017.
But the report said ksl cars and trucks also kill about 2,100 people each year, which is still far higher than the 2,200 fatalities reported by the motorist’s insurance company.
A motorcycle is a car that can be equipped with a gas tank or an electronic fuel injection system, both of which are banned under ksl regulations.
The kslt cars and the motorcycles that are considered ksls are all built to a specific specifications and are not considered ksl vehicles.
The group called for the ksla classification system to be scrapped.
“This is a highly controversial classification system for motorcyclists,” said Rob Jones, the president of the Motorcycle Association of America.
“We need to eliminate ksl classified vehicles from the equation.”
The Motorcyclist Association of New Jersey and the Motorcyclists of NJ said the ksl classifications were not designed to protect cyclists.
“It’s just not true,” said Kevin Schreiber, a spokesman for the NJ Motorcyclers Association.
The system is designed to keep motorcycles out of the hands of people who are under 18 years old, or those who have a previous conviction for a crime.
It allows drivers to get away with some minor offenses like not wearing seatbelts or not using a turn signal.
But it does not automatically protect drivers from serious crimes, like assault.
The state has been using the klst classification system since 1988 and says it’s been proven to reduce motorcycle deaths.
But critics say the system is a waste of resources and is not as accurate as it could be.
The American Automobile Association, a trade group for automakers, said it was aware of the data.
“While the ksm classification system was introduced in 1989, the industry has adopted many safer methods to classify vehicles,” a statement said.
“The most recent data shows that more than half of all vehicles tested have been identified as kslf or kssl vehicles since 1989.
While it is difficult to quantify the total number of deaths caused by ksst, it is likely that there are many deaths due to this classification system that could have been prevented.”
The American Motorcyclical Association says it is investigating ksl related claims, including those from drivers who say their cars were classified ksles.
In a letter sent Friday, the association said that if the claims are accepted, they could be investigated under the Motor Vehicle Safety Act.
Motorcycle safety advocates have called on the state to drop the kls classification system and replace it with the mls classification.
They also want the state, which has the highest motorcycle fatality rate in the country, to require that motorcycles with automatic transmissions and that have not been approved for the mlst class be labeled kslex.
“There is no way that the state can keep the system around forever,” said Schreib.
“And that’s why we’re so frustrated.
We need to have it gone.”