A vision test is an integral part of obtaining a driver’s license, for the first time as well as during renewal, especially for senior citizens. Testing vision for driver’s license approval is necessary because driving requires good eyesight to perceive roadside conditions, as well as make sudden decisions and act accordingly in ensuring road safety.

The visual requirements for driving in Ontario: G and M class (car and motorcycle) Corrected visual acuity (with glasses) 20/50 both eyes open 120 degrees of visual field, 15 degrees above and below visual axis A (semi), B (school bus), C commercial bus) D (truck >11,000Kg) , E (24 passenger van), F (ambulance) Corrected visual acuity (with glasses) 20/30 both eyes open, and not worse than 20/100 in worst eye 150 degrees of visual field, 20 degrees above and below visual axis

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Pilot Vision Assessment In Vaughan & Woodbridge

Because visual perception is so critical to aviation, it has devised complex and highly structured components of the pilot medical exam devoted to the eyes and vision. During the eye examination, our eye doctors in Vaughan checks for diseases or defects that may cause a failure in visual function while flying or pain sufficient to interfere with safely performing airman duties. Tell your us about any changes in vision, unusual visual experiences (halos, scintillations, etc.), sensitivity to light, injuries, surgery, or current use of medication. Report inordinate difficulties with eye fatigue or strain ort any history of serious eye disease such as glaucoma or other diseases commonly associated with secondary eye changes, such as diabetes.

TC/CAM is currently requesting a follow-up report if there are any post-operative complications that arise beyond the initial assessment period. You can use the same form as the original reports. An ophthalmologist or an optometrist can complete this report.


Eye exams are critical because many vision threatening eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, or diabetic retinopathy have no or minimal symptoms until the disease has progressed which can have consquences. In these cases, early detection and treatment by our optometrists is essential to stopping or slowing down the progression of the disease and saving eyesight. During a comprehensive eye examination, your eye doctor will be looking for initial signs of these diseases.

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Police Vision Eye Exam In Vaughan & Woodbridge

The visual requirements for the police force do differ slightly depending on whether you are applying for the RCMP, the OPP, or a particular municipal police force. However, the following “benchmark” will meet all police force requirements in Ontario. Uncorrected visual acuity (without glasses) 20/40 both eyes open Corrected visual acuity (with glasses) 20/20 both eyes open Full visual fields, normal colour vision, no eye disease Laser vision correction (LASIK or PRK) is allowed to help you achieve these vision standards.

Schedule your eye exam by calling 905-856-EYES (3937) or by using our online booking tool.