Why some riders wear speedo goggles in the morning
Drivers are still using their Speedo goggles to see the stars in the sky and to keep in shape, but many riders are now wearing goggles in their cars as a way to help them stay alert.
It’s a trend that has spread around the country in recent years, with the popularity of Speedo glasses in the mid-2000s growing rapidly.
A new report from the Federal Highway Administration says more than 7 million vehicles nationwide use Speedo to keep up with the changing times.
They’ve grown to more than 1.5 million today, up from fewer than 300,000 last year, the report says.
“It is a very effective way to maintain a healthy lifestyle, especially during peak demand periods like holiday travel or on weekends,” said Mark Smith, deputy administrator for highway safety for the U.S. DOT.
“It provides a lot of visibility and you can see where things are going, but the primary reason is it gives you the best view.”
Speedo was developed to provide drivers with the best possible visibility and the safety of the vehicle and its occupants.
The helmet uses a camera and infrared light sensors that detect your eyes and heart rate and the speed of the light bouncing off them.
The helmet also contains a headband that’s designed to protect your eyes from the harsh glare of headlights and windshield wipers, and it can detect when your eyes are closed or when your face is covered with fog.
But for many riders, the goggles are still the go-to accessory, Smith said.
The report also found that helmets are still not a good fit for everyone.
“Some people have very strong eyes and are very sensitive to light.
Those people might not be as sensitive to the glare of the headlights,” Smith said, adding that they might also have an increased risk of head injury from riding in fog.
In some cases, the glasses can make it hard for a driver to see other road users.
A driver may look at a cyclist’s bike on the road, for example, and miss them.
A recent study of more than 6,000 riders by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that 70 percent of them wear the Speedo helmet on the job, compared to less than 20 percent who wear it off the job.
The DOT says helmets can be worn while driving, but only in very narrow lanes and while turning left or right.
There are safety precautions for people with lower vision, including goggles, but not goggles that cover your face and eyes.
A helmet also can’t block your vision if you get a burn or a concussion while riding.
The FAA is trying to figure out what helmet should be used for all drivers.
In the meantime, it’s a great way to keep track of what’s going on, Smith says.