When driving in the summer, you likely grab your sunglasses to stop the glare from the summer sun. But there are so many facts you need to know regarding driving in sunglasses in the summer.
One thing you need to remember is that sunglasses have not been made for driving in! They have been designed by brands for general daily use with driving not included. So, you may be breaking the laws on driving with sunglasses without even realising it.
When driving with sunglasses they can’t be too dark. They need to be tinted at a correct level that is approved by law. You can use dark-tinted sunglasses for daytime driving. You can not use ones which are very dark as they do not allow enough light to enter your eyes!
Sunglasses will protect your eyes whilst driving. We have found that it is best to wear gradient sunglasses whilst driving as this gives you enough darkness when looking out your front window. But are light enough at the bottom when looking down at your car’s controls.