Vip Yes, every car with screens and or LED backlight. I have to cover everything or turn off backlight to be able to drive it. During new year celebration I was the only one not drunk and had to drive 2015 toyota yaris, I was behind the wheel for 1 h and I got headache, blury eyes, etc. It lasted for 3 days.
I also drove 2017 Range Rover discovery sport and covered most of the screens and buttons. Still got eye strain and blurryness.
I am planning to buy a new car and I am looking into cars which still have buttons for essential functions. For example new Audis is a no-go as even climate control is incorporated in touchscreen. But many others still have buttons for climate, volume, etc. (which is enough for me, as I already cannot use most of the things around me).
Just an idea on covering lights of buttons but still be able to use them. Not sure if it is possible, but I want to draw all the icons of the car and print them on "night glow paper". Then cut all those :"icons" and stick them on every button possible to cover the lights. They would glow for couple of hours time, which should be enough to drive home after work and not have to turn on internal lighting, which is also flickering LED.
Another life saver are cars with ability to turn off internal lighting and still being able to have headlights on. I recently sat in 2011 BMW 5 series saloon, which had lights turned on and the dashboard lights were turned off. It was possible to turn it on and off. Unfortunately the new 5 series does not have this (not sure which continent or country), but I am sure that good electrician can solve this in one way or another. I don't really care if I had to damage the interior of the car to attach "a workaround button" or something just to be able to have modern car.
Does anyone else have workarounds or better ideas for cars?