Far-light is easy to cause blind spots for drivers of opposite vehicles, and it is possible to cause traffic accidents when driving in the cities. In the process of driving, if the driver encounters the situation that a high beam disrupts the line of sight, can turn the eye in the left or right direction, avoid light sources, and allow your eyes to gradually adapt to the other person's light source. If you can't see clearly, slow down or even pull over.
You can choose driving goggles.
The goggles partly "filter" the far-light from the car. Products sold online include glasses with yellow lenses and yellow translucent shades that clip onto car shades. Shades block out oncoming far-light, while glasses prevent rearview mirror glare from vehicles behind. Most of the light emitted by car headlights is short-wavelength ultraviolet and blue light. The yellow polyester blocks them while allowing the longer wavelengths of red and green light to pass through, making the headlights softer when seen through the goggles without reducing the brightness of the road and the surrounding environment.
The taboos of wearing glasses while driving at night
Night driving members should not wear tawny, green, and gray glasses. Tawny glasses can filter out most of the ultraviolet rays, although can make our eyes feel relaxed but easy to make people sleepy. Green glasses will turn red lights into black, directly affecting our judgment of traffic lights, so there is a great safety risk. Grey glasses, due to their low light transmittance, will weaken our line of sight and affect our observation of the road.
Try to avoid wearing the following glasses.
If you need to wear glasses while driving, you'll need special glasses when driving at night, because common lenses reflect oncoming lights, which produces a faint glare. This will reduce your visibility. It's OK to wear contact lenses while driving. As you get older, your eyes become more sensitive to glare. Ordinary sunglasses or goggles are only suitable for wearing during the day, driving at night will seriously affect the vision (national standards stipulate that light transmittance of night driving glasses must be greater than75%). Although the all-weather driving glasses can weaken the strong lights, the vision darkens and affects road safety which does not meet the national standards for driving glasses at night. You should choose functional driving glasses that can block strong light, glare and increase the field of vision. This can effectively reduce the glare of the car lights but can filter out the extra harmful light. When worn at night, it can soften the strong lights and make the vision clearer. In this way, the safety of drivers is ensured, the fatigue of eyes is alleviated, and the radiation damage of harmful lights to glasses is prevented.