The Best Sunglasses For Driving

When choosing the best pair, there are a few factors that you should consider.

Firstly, look for frames with a high joint and a slim temple so that your vision is less likely to be obstructed when looking from side to side.

Secondly, avoid brightly coloured lenses such as pinks and blues as they may distort the colours of traffic lights and signs. Instead opt for lenses with the least impact on colour perception, darker colours like greys and browns will serve you well.

Finally, when choosing the right pair for you, we recommend discussing the options for sun and glare protection with your optician and be aware that your everyday sunglasses might not be suitable.

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