Whenever you get behind the wheel of a car, you are responsible not only for your own safety, but also that  of the other drivers and passengers sharing the road with you. Competent and safe drivers will exhibit several qualities, including alertness, an understanding of the rules of the road, and good hazard perception. Often these skills are developed and honed over time and take some experience to perfect

However, with the many years worth of experience you’ve gained on the road, one thing that can drastically affect your safety behind the wheel is problems with your eyesight. Whether you suffer from a chronic eye condition, or generally just have poor vision, having trouble seeing the entire picture in front of you clearly can leave you more at risk of some of the potential dangers associated with the roads.

That’s why it’s so important to get your eyes regularly checked. Unfortunately, many drivers underestimate or overlook the importance of maintaining proper vision while driving, leading to scenarios where their eyesight fails them when it matters most – such as in an emergency braking situation.

This extensive guide takes a detailed look at the dangers of driving with poor eyesight, including impaired hazard perception and reaction time, which could have serious consequences on the roads. You will also find out how often you should be getting your eyes checked, as well as some top safety tips you can take away and apply in your own life. Taking the necessary precautions to keep yourself and others safe on the road is all part of being a good, conscientious driver, and helps to keep everyone safe when travelling from A to B.  The view the guide, click HERE.