Why should I wear sunglasses in winter?

In winter, weather changes mean it’s more likely you’ll be driving on wet roads – be that from rain, snow or sleet. During the winter season the sun also sits lower in the sky, which when coupled with wet roads leads to reflections from the surface of the water. This can cause uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous driving conditions. Polarised sunglasses can help though – they block the horizontal light caused by these conditions and allow you to see more clearly.