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The news comes
during National
Road Safety Week
(November 19-25),
an annual initiative
organised by the
charity Brake.
The survey
reported that as
many as four out
of five people
whose vision failed to meet driving standards felt their eye sight was ‘good enough to drive safely’.Two out of five people admitted to not having their sight tested every two years, as recommended.

‘Good vision is essential for drivers, ensuring they are safe and aware on the roads to help reduce the danger to themselves and other road users. As vision can change gradually over time – something many are unaware of – it is essential that drivers
maintain a high level of vision with regular eye examinations.
Any changes that do then occur can be more easily spotted in the controlled environment of an eye examination’ a spokesman for the charity added.

Drivers warned of the risk from Age Related Macular Degeneration