What if the DMV takes action against a driver's driving privilege? The DMV will notify the driver in writing of action taken and the driver's
legal rights incuding a right to a hearing.
What if the driver does not appear for the Reexamination: If the driver does not personally appear for and complete the reexamination
as scheduled by the DMV the driving privilege will be suspended The suspension
will remain in effect until the driver appears, provides the information
and submits to required tests.
Can the DMV reexamine a driver if the driver does not have a medical problem
but rather his driving skills are
deteriorting? Yes, the DMV can reexamine a driver when information suggest that the
driver no longer has the knowledge or skill necessary to drive.
Does the DMV automatically reexamine drivers after a certain age? No, the DMV will not reexamine a driver soley based on age.
How long with a driver's driving privilege be suspended for revoked
after a reexamianton? The length of the suspension or revocation is indefinite. The DMV will
however consider reinstating a driving privilege when additional information
is available to indicate that a physical or mental condition has been
controlled and is no longer a potential threat to safe driving or a persons
drivng record no longer indicates negligent driving activity.
If you are required to appear before the DMV for Reexamination, contact
The McGuire Law Office.