The sun glasses that were once popular with drivers in Australia and the United Kingdom are still available in the United States, and many car manufacturers are selling them to their U.K. customers.

The company that makes the sunglasses, Auto-Sun, said on Thursday that it has been selling sun glasses since March and expects to keep doing so for the foreseeable future.

The sun glasses have been an important part of the driving experience for many people in the automotive industry, said Chris Wilson, president of Auto-Suns.

The sunglasses, which are made by Auto-Vision, are designed to protect drivers’ eyes from the sun, which can cause damage.

“It’s an essential component of safety for any driver and we hope that it continues to be used in this country for many years to come,” Wilson said.

Sun glasses are sold in more than 80 countries and include shades that cover the entire sun spectrum.

While the sun is an important element in the daily driving experience, they can be especially damaging in hot, humid weather, especially during the summer months when the air temperature can soar to nearly 120 degrees.

In some cases, sun damage can cause blindness.

Although the suns rays can penetrate into the eye, they do not cause permanent damage.

Auto-Sights said its products were approved by the U:S.

Food and Drug Administration, which regulates sunscreens and sunscreen ingredients.

Auto-Spectrum is the U.:S.

distributor for Auto-Eye, AutoVision’s sun-protective eyewear line.

The sunglasses were sold in Australia for about $150,000 in 2016, according to the company’s website.

Auto-Vision’s sales are projected to continue, Wilson said, with a planned launch for 2017.

Auto Sights said it has plans to sell its sunglasses in the UK this year and the U., where the sun glasses are currently available.

Auto Sun is one of several car companies to sell sunglasses.

Ford Motor Co., BMW, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Subaru and Volkswagen are among the others.

The British government is working on rules for sun protection in the country.