Will anti-reflective lenses help with driving at night?
I wear glasses and contact lenses and have a tough time driving at night. Streetlights, and headlights especially, really bother my eyes. My eyes are a light color, so I wonder if I may just be more light-sensitive than individuals with darker eyes. However, I went to the optometrist yesterday and got a new prescription for my contacts — he told me that my old prescription wasn’t fitting well and may be causing light to "scatter" when I drive at night. I also ordered a new pair of glasses with a new prescription and opted for anti-reflective coating on the lenses. If I exclusively wear my glasses for night driving, and not my contacts, will the anti-reflective coating help me see better?
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