One of the ways you should be more alert at the time of driving is that of sight. That’s why all drivers must make a visual examination to determine whether to use some sort of vision correction before getting his driving license. Generally, the solution to this problem is the use of glasses, although there are other options such as contact lenses or having an operation to correct the visual defect.
The lenses give the driver a wider field of view than glasses.
Advantages and disadvantages
The question everyone asking is which of these two methods of vision correction is more comfortable to drive? For safe driving each has its pros and cons.
On one hand, the glasses, unlike contact lenses, can be used to correct various visual pathologies simultaneously, for example, myopia and astigmatism or presbyopia, a very common after age 40. Another advantage with the glasses is that, having no direct contact with the eye, will not generate problems of dryness, burning or itching, to the extent that it can cause the lenses. If you get dust or some kind of residue on the eye while driving, the pain will be much larger when using lenses; at a point that you may have to stop and leave the contact lenses.
However, contact lenses, as those are attached to the eye, gives a wider field of view to driver that cannot be provided by the glasses.
Since knowing the pros and cons of each of these two types of vision correction, we can conclude that any of these options is suitable when driving a car. The most important thing is not to stop using them because the lack of visual acuity can cause traffic accidents or even a penalty by traffic agencies if one of the constraints on the driving license is to use glasses or contact lenses.
The main recommendations when driving with glasses or contact lenses are:
If you wear contact lenses and you drive long distances it is advisable to stop very often to prevent dry eyes.
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