Why are Polarised Night Driving Glasses so important when you’re driving?

Glare happens when light bounces off a flat surface, becomes polarized in the horizontal plane and overpowers vertically oriented light that’s useful to the eye. It’s unpleasant, uncomfortable and prevents you from seeing accurately. When you’re driving, sunlight on the road in front of you causes glare. It can happen in bright light, when it’s cloudy and when the sun is low in the horizon. Almost anytime.