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Dark-visor issue must be resolved

Dear Sir,

Had dark-visor helmets been banned a long time ago, chances are such armed robberies wouldn't have taken place.

OK, yes, suspects may still carry such helmets even after a ban happens, but it seems that even with the CCTV cameras, you still can't see the suspects' faces.

Lots to think about, even if Bermuda were to have island-wide CCTV cameras, don't you think? Another thing, TCD allowing super-dark tint on cars, just because women complain about leather getting hot in their cars; the glare as well.

Cars may need to be tinted, yes, but this super-dark tint where you cannot even see who driving, that's insane.

REALITY CHECK,

Devonshire

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Published May 03, 2016 at 9:00 am (Updated May 03, 2016 at 8:57 am)

Dark-visor issue must be resolved

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