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So i have glasses for driving. After driving for a while, and then when I have to stop (at a traffic light or something) my vision goes weird. It's like an optical illusion, I feel like I'm still moving and everything seems to move. Even though I stopped. Is this normal.
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you need to let dvla know
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Am I focusing too much on the road
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(Original post by tom123h456)
So i have glasses for driving. After driving for a while, and then when I have to stop (at a traffic light or something) my vision goes weird. It's like an optical illusion, I feel like I'm still moving and everything seems to move. Even though I stopped. Is this normal.
You could just be disoriented, or you might even have vertigo. I'm not a doctor so I can't rule anything out.

However, it sounds like something that could cause you to be a hazard on the road, so I'd go and see your GP if it carries on; it doesn't sound like a vision problem, it sounds more like a balance problem.
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