When you’re cruising along at night down the country roads near your house and then a car coming the other way flies around the corner with its headlights on full beam and sears your eyes you might start to wonder why you haven’t invested in some driving glasses frames.
Nowadays cars can have a multitude of setting for their headlights each more blinding than the next and of course we need this to be able to drive safely at night but no one has stopped to think about the impact on other drivers. You can also get some glasses to help you against the effect of UV rays when you are driving during the day. You can even get prescription sunglasses if you normally need to be wearing some form of eye correction.
Driving glasses are now able to filter nearly all UV rays and it is important to note that it is the outer coating of your lenses and not just the colour of the glass that will provide you with the protection you need. You will definitely want to get driving glasses that have UV protection as this will stop the signs of premature skin aging, which doesn’t suit many people who drive around in convertibles.
Polarised sunglasses are the best because they cut down on glare from the sun and will make it safer for you to drive. The way polarized lenses work is by limiting the light coming into your eye to pass through the lenses in a particular direction. It is when light comes into your eye from all different directions that you can become distracted by the light.
Another thing you will want to have in your driving glasses frames is some lenses with a non reflective coating this will also help to reduce glare when driving. You will also want to get this for the driving glasses you wear at night, which will make it much easier to see.