A problem for motorists is the steam that occurs in the visor

It is very important to always equip a visor on any type of motorcycle or any type of driving. This is because, with the visor , we will protect the ocular structure, that is, the eyes . Many everyday eye conditions are mainly due to not equip a visor , since any foreign body that impacts our eyes can cause us an eye injury.

A common eye injury is conjunctivitis. It is very common in bikers and causes redness, redness, itching, inflammation of any eye area, such as the iris.

In case of accident with fall, the visor will be in charge of avoiding contact with the asphalt, otherwise, we could cause eye injuries with greater intensity, it also protects us in case of rain, mud splash, mosquitoes or any object that can impact the eyes.

A problem for motorists is the steam that occurs in the visor , since it prevents vision. It can be removed or produced with the ventilation holes in the helmet, with a visor or double screen.

If a helmet without a visor is used, it is advisable to use protective goggles , which filter the sun’s rays to avoid glare and also protect the eyes.

Types of visor for helmet

Screen completely transparent: It is usually the most usual visor. Its objective is the protection of the sun and possible injuries.

Smoked screens: These visors are appropriate in case of a lot of sun. Since they are usually approved only for use per day, since at night it gets too dark and we lose visibility of the environment.

Dark, mirror or iridium screens: They are visors with some restriction. This is because it protects very well from the sun, but does not exceed the visibility quality controls, so circulating with them on public roads is totally prohibited as they are not approved for private use and would entail an administrative sanction. On the other hand, for private circuit and enclosure and closed if authorized.

In conclusion, we recommend that you always equip the visor on the motorcycle helmet, as it will avoid unwanted setbacks such as eye injuries.