“Because this is the only thing that makes it possible to talk to other riders over an intercom and talking over the phone without stopping on the roadside. This, in fact, leads to the primary reason for having a Bluetooth motorcycle headset, i.e. having audio options in your helmet while riding, whether you use it for communicating with fellow riders, making and receiving calls, audio GPS guidance, or listening to music while riding. On top of that, having a Bluetooth headset in your motorcycle helmet doesn’t require you to take off your helmet and you have a plus point to be able to call someone in case of an accident or other emergencies. In addition, it won’t distract you while riding on the road.”
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