MAY 23

How Do You Know if You Need Glasses for Driving and is There a Difference?

By rxsafety

There are many reasons why someone might need glasses but most importantly – driving. Night driving can affect many aspects of vision including color recognition, peripheral vision, and depth perception. You may have asked yourself, “How do you know if you need glasses for driving and is there a difference in the glasses?” Well, here […]

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NOV 11

Prescription glasses for night time driving

By rxsafety

Driving at night and not wearing the proper glasses can not only be uncomfortable but dangerous. When purchasing the frame, look for something that is durable and comfortable for your face.  At www.myeyewear2go.com we offer a program which allows you to purchase the Frame Only to try on for comfort, this is a great option […]

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OCT 10

Best polarized lens color for driving

By rxsafety

The best lenses for driving sunglasses are gray and brown because they are neutral colors. Best color polarized lens for driving They do not alter how colors appear when worn. They cut down on overall brightness without distorting colors. These darker shades help cut through the glare and reduce eyestrain in moderate to brighter conditions. […]

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OCT 08

Do transitions vantage lenses work in the car?

By rxsafety

Transition vantage lenses don’t only adapt to changing light but also they polarize as they darken. Are transitions vantage lenses good for the car? Polarization adjusts to match the level of outdoor glare. It varies as the day and conditions change. You see the best light with better clarity and color. Vantage lenses blocks 100% […]

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JUL 28

Best color lens for night driving

By rxsafety

Driving can cause a strain on your eyes especially at night because of the lights of oncoming traffic.  So what is considered the best lens color for night driving…well, there are 2 options; either a clear lens with an AR (anti-reflective) coating or a yellow lens with an AR coating. Wearing a clear lens with […]

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JAN 19

Prescription Glasses for Night Time Driving

By rxsafety

Driving at night can be tricky for anyone. Night Time Driving Prescription Glasses In the absence of direct UV light from the sun, our eyes adjust to the relatively low light available after sunset. So when artificial light sources – such as oncoming headlights, overhead street lights, and stoplights – hit our eyes, the effect […]

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OCT 11

Best Type of Sunglasses for Driving

By cosmick

Some activities just cry out for the use of sunglasses, and driving is certainly one of them. Dealing with the hazards of the road is bad enough; drivers can’t let sun glare prevent them from seeing where they’re going. That’s why a majority of drivers wear sunglasses in one form or another while behind the […]

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