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For excellent wearer comfort and greater safety on the road. ZEISS DriveSafe Lenses are optimised specially for driving. These lenses help you enjoy better vision at night or in difficult weather conditions, protect your eyes from reflections and make it easier for you to shift your viewing focus – quickly and often. The optimum extra safety feature from your everyday pair of glasses.

ZEISS DriveSafe Lenses.

The everyday pair of glasses for driving
Being able to see well is a prerequisite for safe driving because on the road our eyes are working overtime: constantly shifting focus between the street, the GPS and the rearview and wing mirrors. Inclement weather or adverse light conditions often make it difficult to see. ZEISS DriveSafe Lenses – available as single-vision and progressive lenses – minimise this visual stress when driving and make it easier for drivers to see, enabling you to arrive at your destination safely and stress-free.

Reflections

A more comfortable driving experience with progressive lenses.

ZEISS DriveSafe for extra convenience.
ZEISS DriveSafe is also available in a progressive lens design. The specially optimised near, mid-distance and transition zones ensure comfortable shift of viewing focus, reducing horizontal head movements and enabling significantly more dynamic vision for the wearer.

1. Poor vision poses one of the greatest safety risks when driving. Drivers should have their eyes professionally tested by their optician or ophthalmologist.

2. When you go to your optician, make sure you discuss your personal vision needs. Do you drive a lot? Do you have problems driving at night or in twilight conditions? Talk to your optician – they'll be able to help.

3. Optimum vision support is important when purchasing a pair of sunglasses. Sunglass lenses with a polarisation filter, for example, reduce irritating glare caused by light and reflections.

4. Lenses – in particular lens coatings – don't tolerate extremely high or low temperatures. So don't leave them in the car. Your glasses will thank you.

5. The lenses shouldn't be too narrow. This way the eye can look through a larger viewing range. Wide frames and very narrow temples ensure that the driver's field of vision is limited as little as possible. When driving in a convertible with the top down, don't forget your wrapped lenses, especially as sunglasses: these offer ideal wind protection.