Rule 4501-17-04 | Protective eye devices.
(A) "Goggles": a device consisting of glass or plastic eye pieces or eye-cups; commonly manufactured for and used by motorcycle operators and passengers; held in place by a headband or temple piece; provided with shields at the sides; with lenses made of safety glass; all of which provide adequate and reliable protection of the eyes from debris, wind, moisture, light, dust, cold, or any combination of these or other elements.
(B) "Face shield": a protective device attached to a helmet that covers the wearer's face at least to a point approximating the tip of the nose, designed to provide adequate and reliable protection of the eyes from debris, wind, moisture, light, dust, cold, or any combination of these or other elements.
(C) "Windscreen": a transparent device mounted on a motorcycle forward of the operator designed to deflect wind and/or objects from the body and face of the operator and passenger, and which is of such a height, construction, and durability as to actually protect the riders when seated in a normal riding position for the particular vehicle being operated.
(D) "Spectacles": ordinary eye pieces with lenses made of safety glass when worn or used by an operator or passenger on a motorcycle.
(E) All of the above when used individually or in combination shall constitute protective eye devices.
(F) Such protective eye devices shall consist of a transparent, shatter-resistant material so manufactured, fabricated, or treated as to substantially prevent shattering or flying when struck or broken.
Five Year Review Date:
Prior Effective Dates: 4/3/1968