Now I don't know how your health insurance premiums work there, but clearly they should be WAY higher for people who participate in risky activities without taking reasonable precautions.
you admit to knowing NOTHING about a particular topic (who covers premiums) so at least you know you're ignorant and to ignore the rest of your post. Thanks for the heads up.
So uh...who gets to decide what risky behavior is?
eating cheeseburgers every day? Skyd Diving? Smoking weed? Doing prescription pills? Riding a bike on the road in rush hour traffic (which even with a helm is pretty fucking dangerous where I live.
Riding a motorcycle? Being a couch potato? Having unprotected sex with random strangers?
So, who should pay more then? And how much more?
and what happens if you DONT have a helmet on but you break your leg?
oh wait, you already stated you don't know what you're talking about so Im guessing you're not gonna have any answers, either.