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    BryanTheGuy
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    Question Are Transition Visors allowed?



    For example the KLIM TK1200Z helmet comes with the main visor being transition to remove the need of an extra sun visor, but is it allowed in Singapore?

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    My understanding is tinted visor under a % of light transmittance is illegal. Old thread here. https://www.singaporebikes.com/forum.../t-111899.html

    To me, transitional visor is the same as tinted visor. For me, lightly tinted probably still ok (where ppl still can see you face).

    In short:
    - don't always believe what the shop says. You kenna fined is your own business, not theirs.
    - not being caught by TP doesn't equate to a pass. It just mean either they don't bother or is giving you chance.

    Just found this. Indirectly applying here, means 70% light transmittance.
    https://www.lta.gov.sg/apps/news/pag...1-626564d36f9e
    Last edited by kaiq; 06-08-2019 at 09:53 AM.

     

     
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    lol, you can do whatever you want, just don't get caught

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