Q&A - Problems After a Trip to the Optometrist?
For the last ten to fifteen years I have had drops put into my eyes to dilate my pupils yearly. Many years ago I was advised to bring my sunglasses to the appointment with my optometrist and / or my ophthalmologist. Since then I always have my sunglasses with me for these appointments. Recently I was to have an appointment with my ophthalmologist and a staff person told me to bring a driver, because if I am driving after having my pupils dilated, I would be legally impaired. Is this specifically mentioned, or possibly alluded to in the Motor Vehicle Act?