Driving eyesight rules: experts call for driver eye tests every decade



Motorists should have their sight checked at least once every ten years to ensure they are fit to drive, according to eyesight experts. 
The Association of Optometrists (AOP) is calling on drivers to undergo an extensive eye test to prove their vision still meets the legal standard, which is checked before the start of the driving test, Auto Express reports. 
The AOP says vision tests should be completed once a decade. Drivers over 70 are advised to visit an optometrist more often, says the motoring magazine.
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21 November 2018 in Auto, Views: 222
Source: The Week
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