hi last couple of days commuting has brought a riding issue to mind. Riding in a low sun (read: not as in light levels, but as in the position in the sky) usually in early morning or late arvo, can seriously impact your forward vision. I have a tinted visor yet find i have to dip my helmet to get some extra shade so i can see in front of me, which makes me realise that cagers can see **** all as the reflecting sun on their windshield glares out their vision. Case in point, riding to work every morning the traffic has suddenly dropped 15 - 20 km/h in speed as everyone is adjusting to "driving / riding" blind. So aside from generally cager in-attentiveness (is that a word?!?), we have to be even more aware of what's happening around us. This morning I had a near miss with a bloody bimbo pedestrian crossing a crest after a roundabout exit. Didn't see the silly biatch till I almost rode her down!! Such a bad road, as you are riding up the hill, you can't see a thing the sun is so strong, go through a roundabout at the peak, still can't see anything, then BAM, there she is in the middle of the road. no pedestrian crossing nothing. how does everyone else handle these low visibility situations?