Wear Sunglasses to See Better When Driving in the Rain so i came across this article today, to be honest there were quite a few found thru a Google search, and it states that polarized shades helps to increase visibility while driving in the rain. however, for every article i found that claims shades (polarized and non-polarized were both used as examples at times) helped with visibility in the rain, there would be another that claims that this "wearing shades in the rain" is just plain stupid. so just out of curiosity, what are some of the opinions among forum members, and may i add, Oakley experts as well. =) anyone practice this on a regular basis? my personal experience is that shades do help, but the lens tint/type is a pretty important variable. i had on my Pendletons with vr28 BIP today and it starting pouring in the midst of my drive home, and personally, i felt it did help cut out a lot of the glare, thus increasing visibility just that wee bit. so if you guys think that shades do help in that situation, what lenses do you guys recommend? coz if it truly helps, i plan to keep a pair with the right lens tint in the car, since it's starting to be thunderstorm/monsoon season over here.