Driving

The latest edition of Acuity, the College’s professional journal, is now available in print and online.

The College’s Clinical Editor, Jane Veys MCOptom, on rabbits in the headlights and royally good handovers

Becky McCall looks at headlight dazzle on the roads, and why complaints about glare to optometrists are rising.

The College of Optometrists recently became aware of an updated list of notifiable ocular conditions that drivers must declare to the DVLA.

Incredible side-by-side photos show the true impact common eye conditions, such as cataracts and short-sightedness, have on obstructing drivers’ vision

The College responds to DVLA's consultation on amending the Road Traffic Act 1988 to allow registered healthcare professionals to complete DVLA medical questionnaires.

Podcast: Find out about Dr Joanne Wood's latest research on how “Refractive Blur Affects Judgement of Pedestrian Walking Direction at Night” and our latest campaign - Focus on Life.

Clinical files: My elderly patient may attempt suicide after finding out they no longer meet the driving vision standard, what should I do?

Clinical files: A group 2 driver has been referred to you for a VA check - should you do a full sight test?

A snapshot of driver attitudes to requiring a vision check undertaken in a sample of 100 consecutive patients in optometry practice who held a driving licence.