So many people actively avoid driving at night because of glare and vision problems. Even a little bit of myopia and/or astigmatism becomes more pronounced at night, and if you add glare sensitivity to that, you have big problems. Luckily, a lot of lens manufacturers ¬†have come up with solutions to this problem. Hoya have the Enroute lens, which we’ve discussed previously, and Essilor have the Crizal Drive coating, which significantly reduces glare, making you more comfortable.

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  • Caryle Saathoff

    I see fine during the day with my glasses, but at night my vision is not good. This has really cramped my life. I am 79 in a month, single and not ready to sit in a rocking chair!
    What can I do?

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