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My understanding is tinted visor under a % of light transmittance is illegal. Old thread here. https://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/archive/index.php/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.


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