DVLA asks drivers to look again in new EYE 735T campaign

27 July 2018
Source: DVLA

DVLA launched a national eyesight awareness campaign on Monday 23 July 2018. DVLA eye test picture shows a car with a dog looking out of the back window the car number plate is EYE 735t

Drivers will be encouraged to take the ‘number plate test’ – a quick and easy way to check they meet the minimum eyesight requirements for driving. By law, all drivers must meet the minimum eyesight standards at all times when driving – this includes being able to read a number plate from 20 metres.

The campaign is reminding the public that they can easily check their eyesight by taking the 20 metres test and is pointing out some ways to quickly identify 20 metres at the roadside. It is advising that 5 car lengths or 8 parking bays can be an easy way to measure the distance.

The campaign is encouraging anyone with concerns about their eyesight to visit their optician or optometrist for an eye test.

Full information on the DVLA website


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