How Do You Know If You Can Pass the Driver's License Eye Exam Without Glasses?


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Persons with uncorrected vision of 20/40 or better are unlikely to need glasses to drive in any state as of 2015. There are some states with more lax standards for vision, while some people with good visual acuity may still need vision correction due to issues with their binocular vision.

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Texas and New Jersey only require 20/50 vision in both eyes for a driver's license without vision restrictions, while Oklahoma only requires 20/50 vision in one eye as long as the other eye's visual acuity is not worse than 20/60. Kentucky and Georgia only require 20/60 vision in both eyes for unrestricted licenses.

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