Safe driving glasses

In 2020, at least 70% of Spanish drivers said suffering or having suffered flashes behind the wheel.

This means that 7 out of 10 drivers, at some point during their journey, have stopped seeing the road for an instant or have been dazzled by a annoying light.

Eyeglasses and sunglasses, incredible as it may seem, can help save lives.

How do glasses help us avoid glare on the road?

One of the best solutions is to wear polarized sunglasses for driving. The polarized lens has a filter that blocks light and prevents glare from surfaces that reflect or directly affect our gaze.

Polarized glasses will prevent surfaces such as snow, asphalt or water from distracting your eyes from the road.

Did you know that all our sunglasses are polarized?

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Another option to avoid glare on the road is to wear glasses with anti-reflective filter.

This filter works by increasing the transparency of the lens to eliminate reflections, minimize glare and reduce visual fatigue.

Remember that we will always give you the anti-reflective filter in all our glasses!

Finally, you can also add the photochromic filter to your glasses. With this filter, your lens will darken when the light intensity increases, turning into sunglasses when it bothers you the most.

How do you know if you need glasses to drive?

When we drive we strain our eyes more, since we have to be focused at all times and aware of what is happening around us.

In fact, it is common for people to wear glasses only for driving.

If you see distorted elements when you drive, your vision is heavy, or you have trouble focusing, you probably need glasses to drive.

In addition, with age we develop presbyopia or tired eyesight and we do not focus the same at different distances.

In this case, it is recommended to use progressive lenses.

With these lenses you will be able to see at close range (vehicle speedometer), medium distance (signs) and long distance (road).

Get your vision checked at least once a year. Maybe your prescription has changed and you need glasses for the car.

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