24 May, 2017
As winter arrives, driving at night becomes a more common occurrence. As a result, so do many of the common symptoms associated with night driving.
You know the feeling – tired eyes, haloes around street lights, sudden glare of oncoming traffic and wet, shiny streets.
With fatal accidents three times more likely to happen at night1, considering options for better vision when night driving can be very useful.
As we age, our pupils naturally become smaller. As a result, less light is able to enter the eye. This affects our colour recognition, our concept of how far away things are and reduces our side or peripheral vision.
Here are some helpful tips that can help to improve your night vision:
For any eye health advice, visit your local EyeQ Optometrist.
Our contact lens provider Alcon is experiencing delays fulfilling orders due to a cyber-security incident involving their freight partner, Toll Group. These delays are across their entire network of optical retailers in Australia. We apologise for an inconvenience caused and encourage you to contact your local EyeQ practice for any urgent requirements.