Eyesight test at the beginning of the driving test

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Kathy89
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I understand your feelings but if you barely pass the vision test you'd better not drive. It is safer in case your vision gets worse...
I drive with 20/30 vision correction only because I have access to frequent eye exams and I make sure my corrected vision is always 20/35 or better, otherwise I wouldn't dare to drive, especially not at night.
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(Original post by Kathy89)
I understand your feelings but if you barely pass the vision test you'd better not drive. It is safer in case your vision gets worse...
I drive with 20/30 vision correction only because I have access to frequent eye exams and I make sure my corrected vision is always 20/35 or better, otherwise I wouldn't dare to drive, especially not at night.
Don’t get me wrong’but that eye test is there for a reason, if I can see the number plate from 20.5m I’m good to go , I’ve put a lot of effort and money in this I won’t give up because someone like you is saying smth like this ‘ I WONT’
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