Face coverings are compulsory for people when they're in shops, supermarkets, banks and takeaways; and are now mandatory for many taxi and private hire drivers
However, foggy glasses are one of the biggest frustrations when wearing a face covering, but this hasn’t stopped many people from wearing one when in the driver seat.
But motoring experts are warning drivers to ensure their face covering doesn’t impair their vision or distract them when behind the wheel.
If it does, drivers could be fined £1,000 for driving without due care and attention - reports Birmingham Live.
The warning from contact lens retailer Feel Good Contacts follows the news that an estimated four million eye tests have been missed over the last four months of lockdown.
And, with millions of people now back at work, it could potentially add thousands of drivers to the UK’s roads now driving without the correct prescription.
In addition to impairing vision concerns also relate to how face coverings can detract attention from the road, such as rearranging the mask, taking if off and removing it or even cleaning your glasses while on the move.