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I drive in the U.K with BiOptic Lens

From: Ben
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Date: September 24, 2003
Time: 13:58:18

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Been driving in the U.K with BiOptic lens for a few years now and have had no problems with it. I have eyesight of 20/60, which is below the correct eyesight requirement in the U.K. SO I went to America to be fitted with BiOptic lens. When I came back to U.K to take my test, i wore them in the test, the examiner did not have a problem with it, as they where part of the glasses I was wearing, and there no law stating that I can't not wear these corrective lens.

Ben

 
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Re: PLEASE HELP Az

From: Chris
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Date: November 08, 2003
Time: 09:34:00

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Just found out Dr Grover has relocated: Lori L. Grover, OD., FAAO Director of Vision Rehabilitation Arizona Vision Rehabilitation Institute 9849 W. Thunderbird Road Sun City, Arizona 85351 613.875.8616 Chris

 

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