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When it rains, the car's glass is foggy and hazy. Especially when it comes to pouring rain, motorists are left with nothing but irritation. Wipers are scraping there, but we still can not see the road ahead. This is because raindrops falling on the windshield, quickly becoming a transparent medium, can make the light scattered around to produce the effect of glare so that the contrast of other things in the field of view drops significantly, resulting in blurred vision, can not see.


In general, we choose to wear sunglasses to improve the interference of glare. So to enhance vision in the rain, Is it okay to wear sunglasses?

It depends on what kind of sunglasses you can't generalize. Some sunglasses may be counterproductive!

Driving with sunglasses on a rainy day can make the vision clear?

On Rainy day driving, only wear light-colored polarized sunglasses to make your vision clear. Ordinary sunglasses not only have no effect but also blur vision.

This is because polarized lenses reduce the scattered reflected light, glare, and irregular reflected light from objects in natural light, thus improving contrast and making the field of vision clear. And wearing ordinary sunglasses will make the eyes darker, so it is not suitable to wear on dim rainy days.

However, the effect of wearing polarized glasses for driving in the rain is less exaggerated than the Internet says but only improved.

Not everyone is suitable to wear polarized glasses

However, there are prerequisites to wearing polarized lenses to improve your vision on rainy days. Not everyone is suitable to wear or judge them according to the condition of their eyes.

1. people with strabismus wearing polarized lenses may feel head swelling and pain; it is not recommended to wear them.

2. People who are not wearing contact lenses for nearsightedness (in addition to tailor-made prescription polarized glasses), directly wearing polarized lenses without prescription, in addition to the problem of not being able to see, the muscles near the eyes will subconsciously adjust automatically, making people feel their eyes swell.

So if you feel discomfort in your eyes, try not to wear them!

Finally, to remind you that when the road lighting is not good, such as night driving, driving into tunnels, and other dim environments are not recommended to wear polarized sunglasses.

Driving in the rain, safety first. Keep a certain distance from the car; if you want to use polarized sunglasses when driving, it is recommended to choose polarized sunglasses that meet the particular requirements of driving!