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What’s the vision requirement for Florida drivers?
According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, all first-time Florida drivers, and those renewing their Florida driver’s license, are required to pass a vision test if processed in person. All drivers 80 years of age or older are required to pass a vision test regardless of where the license is processed (in person, by mail or online). You must submit a report of eye exam to a Florida Driver License Office showing that minimum vision standards are met in order to be considered for a driver license. Minimum vision acuity in both eyes must be 20/70 or better with corrective lens.
What happens if you fail your vision test at the DMV?
If you fail your eye exam, the DMV may place a restriction on your license. Types of restrictions could include: Requiring you to wear corrective lenses. Restricting where and/or when you may drive (for instance, during daylight hours only)