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Your life and eyes 3 min read

Driving over 60: Do I need an eye test?

The ageing eye brings with it a unique set of challenges. As you inch closer to 60, the eye undergoes a series of anatomical and physiological changes that may affect vision and your ability to perform simple, everyday tasks like reading and driving.

Your life and eyes 4 min read

How to be safer on the road

Whether you drive a car, lorry or van, ride a motorcycle or bike or are a pedestrian, there’s one thing road users can all agree on, it’s that good vision is one of the primary requisites for good road safety.

Your life and eyes 5 min read

Common eye conditions that can affect your road skills

Whether you’re a driver, a cyclist, a biker or a pedestrian, your vision plays a fundamental role in your journey when on the road. We discuss some of the common eye conditions that may affect you on the road and what you can do to manage them successfully.

Your life and eyes 4 min read

Will presbyopia affect my vision on the road?

Whether you drive a car, ride a bicycle or motorbike, or simply prefer to walk, great vision is critical for road safety. Presbyopia is a natural part of ageing and symptoms usually start to occur from the early 40s.

Your life and eyes 3 min read

Choosing the best Lenses for driving

Driving is one of many daily activities that require clear, uninterrupted vision. Whether you only drive to work and back, or you take frequent trips to multiple destinations, being able to see the road and other drivers is crucial for your and others’ safety.

Your life and eyes 3 min read

Discomfort while driving at night

Do you have trouble feeling safe while driving at night like 17 million drivers in the UK? Discomfort while driving is a common occurrence with changes in light, causing eye sensitivity.

Eye conditions & symptoms 4 min read

Understanding Nyctalopia

Nyctalopia, also known as night-blindness, is an impairment that affects your ability to see at night. It could be due to a dietary imbalance, an eye condition or a chronic eye disease.