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Vanessa


04/26/2012

What is vision requirement to pass a driving test?

My current vision is 20/180 in one eye and 20/200 in the other eye but my correted vision with contacts can be 20/20. Could I pass the driving test without contacts?
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  • walking_poeticx

    04/26/2012

    In my country, it is OK to wear contact lenses when examing for the driving license. As you stated, your corrected vision with contacts can be 20/20, that is the perfect vision. But don't drive without any eyeglasses or contacts, for your bad vision may cause some miserable accidents.
  • Lisa

    04/26/2012

    At some place, you are required to have 20/60 acuity in at least one eye with or without corrective lenses. Some places require you to have 20/80 vision in at least one eye.Wjile at some other places, you need at least 20/40 vision iin at least one eye. So you'd better check out at your local place.
  • duncan

    04/26/2012

    The vision requirements for driving is 20/40 with both eyes tested together, and 20/40 in one eye and at least, 20/70 in the other eye.They may allow you to test wearing corrective lenses.
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