DVLA Eye Test East London
You must wear glasses or contact lenses every time you drive if you need them to the “standard of vision for driving” as per the set guidelines from the DVLA. DVLA eye test East London.
Standard of vision for driving
The DVLA state that you must be able to read with either glasses or contact lenses if needed a vehicle number plate made after 2001 from a distance of 20 metres.
They also state that you must meet the minimum eyesight standard for driving by having a visual acuity of at least decimal 0.5 (6/12) measured on the Snellen Scale with either glasses or contact lenses if needed using both of your eyes or if you have sight in one eye only then in that eye.
You must also have an adequate field of vision. Our opticians can tell you about this and do a test
Highly Trusted Opticians In Leyton
Our Opticians can help with all the requirements needed from the DVLA for you if you are looking for a DVLA eye test in Leyton.
Optical World. We have been established since 1948 and have served the local and surrounding areas by providing an independent, highly trusted and friendly service.
HGV Eye Test Leyton – Lorry and bus drivers
As per DVLA guidelines you must have a visual acuity at least 0.8 (6/7.5) measured on the Snellen scale in your best eye and at least 0.1 (6/60) on the Snellen scale in the other eye. HGV eye test leyton.
You can reach this standard using glasses with a corrective power not more than (+) 8 dioptres, or with contact lenses. There’s no specific limit for the corrective power of contact lenses.
You must have a horizontal visual field of at least 160 degrees, the extension should be at least 70 degrees left and right and 30 degrees up and down. No defects should be present within a radius of the central 30 degrees.
You must tell DVLA if you’ve got any problem with your eyesight that affects either eye.
Dvla & HGV Eye Test
The optometrist will examine your eye health by means of opthalmoscope that is hand held and a slit lamp. These allow us to see the front and rear of your eyes to test for any signs of damage or disease:
Latest Technology We use as Opticians
We’ve got the latest technology to measure your visual fields while your intra ocular pressures – the pressures inside your eyeballs – are measured using a tonometer. This may seem scary but it’s actually very fast and completely painless. Both of these evaluations help pick up early signals of glaucoma and eye disease.
Specially for customers who are older or 40, the optometrist will check your intraocular pressures and visual fields.
The process of assessing whether your eye vision may be made better with glasses or contact lenses is referred to as refraction. This is the part you’ll tell the optometrist whether you’ll be able to see more clearly with or with no lens in front of your eye and be most comfortable with, where you look at an eye chart. We’ll show you what difference could be made to you vision with a new prescription, if it is needed.
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When your tests are finished you’ll be invited to speak to our dispensing optician regarding the outcomes of your eye examination and whether new glasses or contact lenses would help you. We’ll never put pressure for you to purchase anything from us; you’ll be offered a copy of your prescription should you desire, to take away with you.
How Long Does An Eye Appointment Last?
Children Eye appointments at Optical World are typically 15-30 minutes long. This gives the optician enough time to perform a thorough examination and be in the best position to advise you. When the eye examination is complete, you will have plenty of time to talk freely with your optician about any findings or concerns you may have.
Budget and Designer Range of Glasses, Eye Wear and Frames
If your child needs new glasses, then you can find a huge range of FREE frames and lenses under the NHS Voucher scheme. We carry a large range of fashionable and popular theme style young frames to suit all ages and budgets.
If you require eye wear after your eye sight test, you will be handed over to one of our dispensing opticians who will be available to discuss all the options available to you. We have an extensive range of budget, mid range and a large selection of designer frames. Our prices are highly competitive, infact we are cheaper than any other major high street opticians by almost 60%.
Why Book An DVLA & HGV Eye Test?
If you have not had a eye sight test for a little while, make certain there are no difficulties you’re missing by making an appointment for one of our comprehensive eye test assessments.
You can book online or alternatively give us a call on 0208 55 66 777
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