Whether you drive occasionally or daily, there is something basic you need: to keep all your senses on the road! Of all of them, sight is the most important to enjoy safe driving. We want you to drive comfortably and safely, and that's why we are going to give you a few tips about sunglasses and driving.
When you get in front of the wheel, you are going to have your eyes on the road. You will have follow traffic signs and pay attention to any obstacle that crosses the road. You must deal with changes in weather conditions -which can vary throughout the same day- and the amount of light depending on the time. Summer is not the only time of year that It can be dangerous due to excessive glare from the sun. An overcast sky, a misty horizon or a snowy landscape can also alter your vision.
When driving with sunglasses, the most effective solution to counteract the annoying glare from of the sun is to opt for polarized models. This type of sunglasses includes a variable density filter that acts as a barrier against uncomfortable light conditions. They allow a much more relaxed ride and they will help you avoid the dangers of poor vision.
Polarized driving sunglasses are perfect at any time of the day, as they protect you from both the morning sun rays and the last lights of the day. Including the annoying midday sun! Another advantage of these glasses is that they also serve to eliminate the reflections of in the cars that drive in front of you and those that occur on the road itself.
Keep in mind that there are certain types of filters with different categories. Clear polarized driving glasses have filters that allow practically 80% of the light to pass through - category 0-. These glasses fit only for cloudy days when there is not too much light, but they are insufficient for your eyes in the days of a lot of sun.
Bottom line: always use polarized sunglasses when driving, your eyes will thank you for it. Take a look at our collection to find the model that works best for you. All orders have free shipping and returns.