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Re: Bioptic driving

From: Chris
Date: March 28, 2003
Time: 12:10:01


Using a biOptic in the UK is a policy matter, not a legal one. In the UK there is no policy right now according to the DVLA. This is being considered at European level. See the UK page.

As for whether a BiOptic would help you, best to contact a British expert with BiOptics; some are mentioned on the UK page on this website. I can recommend Peter Allen in Salisbury.

A BiOptic is not a bifocal. It is a telescopic lens system, used intermittently during driving.

I am only telling you stuff I've read on this website. Best to check it all out if you want more info.

Why not go to this conference in London in July and find out more. Hope this helps.

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