How to Help yourself with such Glare?
- Never look directly to the light of the oncoming vehicle. Try to slow down, to avoid glare and accidents. Look away until the vehicle passes.
- Clean your windshield, Replace Wipers and Keep Headlight Covering clean from dust and snow.
- Use high beam only when appropriate. Ensure the headlights are positioned well. Do not use high beam in fog.
- Turn off inside light and dim the dashboard light. This helps you to look easy on the road without glare.
- Anti-Reflective coating on the prescription glasses will help you with dashboard light, street lights and lights from oncoming vehicles.
- Use lubricating eye drops before you start driving. Do not forget to blink while driving. People with dry eyes experience maximum glare.
- Do not aim dashboard air vents towards the face or eyes.
- Dim your headlights when there are oncoming vehicles or if you are driving behind a vehicle.
- Use only lights approved by vehicle manufacturers.
- People with Refractive laser Surgery experience glare for a short period of time. Visit your eye doctor regularly.
- Some other glare conditions might be a sign of eye diseases like Cataracts, Corneal Diseases, Glaucoma or Contact Lens Complications.