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The licence holder or applicant must notify the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency DVLA of any medical condition that could affect their ability to drive safely. Please tell us what format you need. This guidance is also available as HTML and is usually updated every 6 months. It will take only 2 minutes to fill in. Guidance Assessing fitness to drive: Dv,a Psychotic disorders acute Cease driving during acute illness.

The table below summarises DVLA recommendations for conditions commonly encountered in primary care, as relevant to holders of a Group 1 licence i.

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Register today for full access to the MIMS database, plus tables and guideline summaries, new and deleted products and consultation tools. Licence withheld until patient has been free of problems for: At a glance guide to the current medical standards of fitness to drive. When treatment is being withdrawn, patient should generally cease driving until 6 months after treatment cessation.

No Angina Cease driving if symptoms occur at rest, with emotion or at the wheel. Find out more about cookies. Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency.


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Advice for medical professionals to follow when assessing a patient’s fitness to drive. Yes For further advice, contact: If you are not a medical professional, view health conditions and driving.

If asked for an opinion about a patient’s fitness to drive, the doctor g,ance consult DVLA guidance to determine whether the patient should inform DVLA of their condition, what the DVLA’s decision is likely to be, and whether the patient should continue to drive in the meantime.

No Hypertension Can continue driving.