Freed from corrective lenses

It was in the early 1950s when I took and passed the driver’s training course in preparation for securing my first Montana driver’s license. When I applied for the actual license, all went well. However, the examiner informed me that my eyesight did not meet the required standard. I could not obtain a valid license without corrective lenses.

I complied with Montana law and secured the appropriate lenses. My license was issued and carried the “appropriate lenses required” limitation.

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