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I have a lazy eye. Been that way almost my whole life. Found out about it in elementary school. Never did anything about it. My brain learned to ignore that eye. Since I have pretty well always been that way, I have always compensated for my depth perception, so much so that I have no idea how I compensate. I've never had any accidents or complaints about my driving. The only time I really notice it is if I start getting pretty close to another object (vehicle, curb, road sign etc.) I always think I am much closer than I turn out to be.
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