Blinded by the night? At Bayside Optical, we know that road safety starts with good vision, and that means seeing well at all distances, in all conditions – particularly at night.
While reduced visibility at night poses additional risk to all drivers, Australians with uncorrected vision are at an even greater risk due to an impaired ability to detect and respond to potential dangers.
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If you answered yes to any of those questions, it’s time to book in for an an eye test.
We can help you stay safe on the road by checking your vision and eye health as part of a comprehensive eye exam.
Sources: 1. November 2012, Vision Impact Institute – The Social and Economic impact of poor vision 2. Optometry Australia, The 2020 Vision Index, Empirica Research 3. 2017, Harris interactive Driving study for Essilor; 2014, Clark, J.W., NightTime Driving Evaluation of the effects of disability and discomfort glare from various headlamps under low and high light adaptation levels; 2009, ARVO, Zikos G.A. et al., Contrast Sensitivity and Reaction Times with Polarised and tinted lenses in a Driving Environment