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1. WO1990005071 - SYSTEME DE PARE-SOLEIL ANTI-EBLOUISSEMENT

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I claim :

1. Anti-glare visor* system for vehicles
comprising:
(a) a first shaded area being positioned
adjacent to the left of a central vision area which extends substantially to the upper portion and lower portion of the

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sufficient width for the driver to have an unobstructed view, with the driver's head in normal position, of the driver's side of the roadway from at least the
right side of the roadway to at least the center of the roadway and said shaded
area being extended outwardly and
latterally therefrom wherein (i) the
bottom boundary of the shaded area is
angled to substantially correspond to the apparent angle at which the headlights of on-coming traffic move past the driver,
(ii) the distance between the top and
bottom boundaries of the shaded area is sufficient to provide effective shielding of the glare of the headlights of the
on-coming traffic as the headlights move past the driver, (iii) the boundary
between the shaded area and the central vision area is substantially straight and vertical and (iv) the shaded area extends outwardly sufficiently to provide
effective shielding of the on-coming
traffic headlight glare substantially to the limit of the driver's peripheral
vision; and
(b) a second shaded area which is positioned to the left of the first shaded area and which extends a sufficient amount to
effectively shield the headlight glare of a following vehicle reflected in the
exterior rear view mirror to the left of the driver.

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2. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 1 further comprising
(c) a third shaded area which is positioned
to the right of the central vision area
and which extends a sufficient amount to effectively shield the headlight glare of a following vehicle reflected in a rear
view mirror positioned to the right of
the driver.

3. Anti-glare visor system according to claim

1 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that the shaded areas do not cover the on-coming traffic or mirror fields of the driver's vision and are positioned such that the driver can cover those fields of the . driver's vision with the shaded areas by a slight movement of the visors .

4. Anti-glare visor system according to claim

2 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that the shaded areas do not cover the on-coming traffic or mirror fields of the driver's vision and are positioned such that the driver can cover those fields of the.
driver's vision with the shaded areas by a slight movement of the visors.

5. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 3 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that each shaded area covers its respective field of vision at different times upon progressive movement of the visors.

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6. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 4 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that each shaded area covers its respective field of vision at different times upon progressive movement of the visors.

7. Anti-glare visor system according to claim

1 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that the shaded areas cover the on-coming traffic and mirror fields of the driver's vision and are positioned such that the driver can uncover those fields of the
driver's vision from screening by the shaded areas by a slight movement of the visors.

8. Anti-glare visor system according to claim

2 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that the shaded areas cover the on-coming traffic and mirror fields of the driver's vision and are positioned such .that the driver can uncover those fields of the
driver's vision from screening by the shaded areas by a slight movement of the visors.

9. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 7 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that each shaded area uncovers its respective field of vision. at
different times upon progressive movement of the visors.

10. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 9 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that each shaded area uncovers its respective field of vision at different times upon progressive movement of the visors .

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11. Anti-glare visor system for vehicles comprising :
(a) a first shaded area being positioned
adjacent to the left of a central vision area which extends substantially to the
upper portion and lower portion of the
vehicle windshield and which has
sufficient width for the driver to have
an unobstructed view, with the driver's
head in normal position, straight ahead
traffic in the driver's side of the
roadway from at least the right side of
the roadway to at least the center of the roadway and said shaded area being
extended outwardly and latterally
therefrom wherein ( i ) the bottom boundary of the shaded area is angled to
substantially correspond to the apparent angle at which the headlights of
on-coming traffic move past the driver,
(ii) the distance between the top and
bottom boundaries of the shaded area is
sufficient to provide effective shielding of the glare of the headlights of- the
on-coming traffic as the headlights 'move past the driver, (iii) the boundary
between the shaded area and the central
vision area is. substantially straight and vertical and (iv) the shaded area
extyends outwardly sufficiently to
provide effective shielding of the
on-coming traffic headlight glare
substantially to the limit of the
driver's peripheral vision; and - 30-

(b) a second shaded area which is positioned to the right side of the central vision
area and which extends a sufficient
amount to effectively shield the
headlight glare of a following vehicle
reflected in a rear view mirror
positioned to the right of the driver.
12. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 11 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that the shaded areas do not cover the on-coming traffic or mirror fields of the driver's vision and are positioned such that the driver can cover those fields of the driver's vision with the shaded areas by a slight movement of the visors.

13. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 12 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that each shaded area covers its respective field of vision at different times upon progressive movement of the visors .

14. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 11 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that the shaded areas cover the on-coming traffic and mirror fields of the driver's vision and are positioned such that the driver can uncover those fields of the driver's vision from screening by the shaded areas by a slight movement of the visors.

15. Anti-glare visor system according to claim 11 wherein the bottom boundaries of the shaded areas are positioned so that each shaded area covers its respective field of vision at -3 1 - different times upon progressive movement of the visors.

16. A kit of parts comprising attachable glare shields having configurations and being adapted so that said shields can be applied to a vehicle to provide shade areas as defined in any of claims 1-15.

17. Anti-glare visor system according to claims 1 or 11 wherein the left and right arrangements are reversed.