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    How Do I Order Yellow Tinted Night Driving Lenses?

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    Night Driving Lenses Allow You To See Clearly When Driving At Night.

    Our eyes were not designed for many of the demands that the modern world throws at us. Computer screens and phones bombard us with HEV blue light, so we made blue blocking lenses to combat the risk of damage. What can we do about the headlights that keep getting brighter and brighter every year? That’s where Yellow Tinted Night Driving lenses come in.

    What Do Night Driving Lenses Do?

    Night Driving Lenses help your eyes to adjust to the demands of night driving by using a yellow tint to darken the lights of oncoming traffic and street lights, while leaving the dark areas and mid-level areas in a good range for viewing. It’s almost like night vision technology.

    How To Order Yellow Tinted Night Driving Lenses On PayneGlasses.com

    Since any of our frames can be tinted for use as sunglasses, the process may be familiar to you. After entering your prescription (unless you chose non-rx plano glasses), you will see the different lens tint options. You can select Clear, Tinted, or Light Responsive tinting. For this situation, you should choose “Sunglasses and Tinted Lenses”.

    Select Sunglasses And Tinted Lenses.

    The next step is choosing between Standard Tint, Gradient Tint, or Polarized. Night driving glasses are only available in Standard and Gradient, so you should choose one of those options. 

    Night Driving Lenses are available in Standard or Gradient Tint.

    Once you choose one of those options, you can select the color of your tinting. Night Driving Lenses are the Yellow Tinted Lenses that are offered on our site.

    Yellow Lenses are the ones that will help with night driving.

    Once you select that, you’re ready to get on the road with better safety and eye health than before.

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