After a reexamination, the DMV hearing officer will take one of the following
1. No action because the driver's condition or driving record does
not warrant an action against the driving privilege.
2. Medical Probation I. The driver must comply with a medical regimen and
report to the DMV any change in medical condition.
3. Medical Probation II . The driver's doctor must submit periodic
medical reports to the DMV on specified dates.
4. Calendar Reexamiantion. The driver is required to appear for a follow
5. Restriction. The driver may only operate a motor vehicle under specific
conditons and circumstances such as driving during daylight hours only,
driving within certain geographical areas or having the vehicle equipped
with specializied equipment.
6. Suspension. The driivng privilege is suspended for an indefinite period
of time. The driving privilege can be reinstated if the driver can show
that the driver is compensating for a physical or mental condition or
the driving behavior no longer presents a safety risk and there is no
other action in effect.
7. Revocation. The drivng privilege is terminated. This action is taken
when the physical or mental condition is so severe it does not apear likely
that the condition will improve or a driving incident is so severe that
the driver presents a safety risk.
If you are required to appear for a Reexamination contact the law office
of The McGuire Law Corporation right away.