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Chapter 15 "Driver and Pilot Licensing Standards"

In this chapter, Mr. Brady discusses some of the licensing issues posed by having one eye. Most importantly, he addresses the common question: "Will I be allowed to drive?"

"However, much has been done in recent years to bring state regulations into line with nationally recommended vision standards for drivers, and today all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia license one eyed drivers who pass their visual tests." (pg. 107)

"The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators and the American Optometric Association in a jointly published booklet on visual screening for driver licensing, remark that 'most drivers are anxious to retain driving privileges and as a result they learn to compensate for deficiencies.'" (pg. 111)


A Singular ViewTable of Contents

(Click on chapter title to see excerpt)

Chapter 1 Unhappy Landings
Chapter 2 Awkward Takeoff
Chapter 3 Jolts of Reality
Chapter 4 Flying High
Chapter 5 How About You?
Chapter 6 Seeing in 3-D
Chapter 7 What's Changed
Chapter 8 Getting Back to 3-D
Chapter 9 Pitfalls and Booby Traps
Chapter 10 In the Driver's Seat
Chapter 11 The Active Life
Chapter 12 Gimmicks and Gadgets--Let Technology Help
Chapter 13 Keeping the Good Eye Good
Chapter 14 Seeing to Your Looks
Chapter 15 Driver and Pilot Licensing Standards
Chapter 16 For Parents Only
Chapter 17 Senior Class
Chapter 18 Great Company