How to Avoid Glare When Driving at Night
Night driving can affect many aspects of vision including color recognition, peripheral vision, and depth perception. One of the most common problems with night driving is Glare, a light source that interferes with your vision, which may slow your reaction time.
Nighttime glare is a result of both bright and dim lights. Although trying to see something in the presence of a light that’s too bright can cause your eyes to squint and become teary, a reduction in the contrast of images brought on by dim lighting can impair your vision.
Yellow night driving glasses may seem like the solution for night-driving woes, but they can actually cause more harm than good. These yellow-tinted lenses reduce the glare by lessening the amount of light that reaches your eye, making it more difficult to see and and could be dangerous when driving.
There are several ways to cut down on glare and vision impairment when driving at night: