Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Belief, sometimes even causing a driver to be verbalized, is that a contact lens wearer motorist is obliged to have with him his glasses. The law is not as demanding.

Motorists fined for not having their glasses in their vehicle while they're driving with their contact lenses are for non-compliance with Article 221 R of the highway code. From the article R221-1 of the Highway Code "III. - Driving a vehicle without complying with the conditions of validity of the license or the use of driving restrictions is punishable by a fine for offenses of the fourth class. IV. - The immobilisation of the vehicle may be prescribed in accordance with Articles L 325-1 to L 325-3. V. - Any person guilty of an offense under this section also incur the following additional penalties: 1. The suspension, for a period of more than three years, driving license, this suspension may be limited to driving outside professional activity; 2 ° prohibition from driving certain motor vehicles, including those for which the driving license is not required, for a period of three years; 3 ° the obligation to complete, at its cost, an awareness course on road safety. VI. - The offense under III leads automatically to the reduction of three points of the driving license. " This article of the highway code is therefore not specifically refer to glasses or contact lenses. It takes an interest in successive decrees on driving licenses to understand where this misconception.

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