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Old 04-09-2008, 06:05 PM   #81
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Originally Posted by ryanworrell View Post
I do several things to see when its raining. I turn my helmet to each side for a few seconds letting the wind push the water of my visor. I will also use my gloves and just wipe em. Also try to stay from behind other vehicles, particularly big trucks.
Yeah I do both of those, it still sucks. If you're not going fast enough the side to side thing doesn't even work, and once your glove gets wet and dirty enough it just makes it worse.
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