I agree that glasses drasticly change your viewing abilities.
I, too , have part time glasses in the truck for distance and night sign reading.
I do not wear them daily around town where I don’t need to read distant signs.
They are a god send in unfamiliar cities when I’m needing to know a lane change in advance.
The last time I was stopped by the po-po she didn’t even wonder that my license said glasses.
They seem to direct your focus and attention in a narrow manner that really negates your habitual pereipheral awareness…I hate that too.
It truly is a matter of practice to get used to the new functions of driving while spectacled.
practice, practice. practice.
That adjustment seemed like a pain in the butt until my wife lost the vision in her right eye and had to re-learn EVERYTHING about driving she ever new and had long since commited to habbit.
– immagine if you will. have NO right side peripheral vision ! ( close your right eye and try to drive in close-quarters downtown traffic. )
Soon my ‘‘problem’’ seemed quide piddly when helping her cope and adjust.