The DVLA: What you need to know

Woman's Weekly (UK) - - Gardening -

1 If you think you may have a no­ti­fi­able con­di­tion, check the reg­u­la­tions at gov.uk/browse/driv­ing.

2 The DVLA may con­tact your doc­tor, re­quest a med­i­cal ex­am­i­na­tion and/ or eye­sight test or ar­range a driv­ing test or as­sess­ment.

3 You may be given a shorter li­cence or re­view date, told to adapt your car, or to stop driv­ing and sur­ren­der your li­cence (You can ap­peal if you don’t agree with their de­ci­sion). 4 If some­one re­fuses to stop driv­ing on med­i­cal ad­vice, or after their li­cence is with­drawn, we all have a public safety duty to re­port them to the DVLA.

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