DVLA Medical Revocation
It is your duty to inform the DVLA if you have a medical condition or disability that could affect your ability to drive.
Has your driving licence been revoked on medical grounds?
Anybody can inform the DVLA that your medical condition could affect your driving. If an insurance company rejected your car insurance, they are within their rights to inform the DVLA. If you were prosecuted for a motor offence, the CPS ( The Crown Prosecution Service) can inform the DVLA too.
- The DVLA will contact your doctor to arrange a medical.
- If the doctor believes you are not fit to drive, they will inform the DVLA.
- Depending on the medical condition, the DVLA could issue strict criteria that must be met before re-applying for your licence.
- The DVLA will then submit their findings to a medical board who will determine if you are fit to drive.
- If you are found not fit to drive by the medical board, your licence will then be revoked.
- If you want to appeal the decision, you must make an application to the courts within 6 months of the date of the DVLA’s decision.
- You must have evidence to support your appeal.
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