Once the DMV is made aware that a driver has a medical condition that may
cause a potential driving risk to the driver or others, or the drivers
driving record indicates negligent driving activity, the DMV will evaluate
the driver to ensure the driver can drive safely. The DMV may do one or
more of the following:
1. Request medical information from the driver. If it is clear from the
medical information that the driver does not present a driving risk, the
DMV's investigation may end and no action will be taken against the
2. Conduct a "regular" reexamination. The reexamination may be
in person or conducted over the telephone. The driver may be required
to present medical information and submit to a law, vision and driving
test if appropriate.
3. Conduct a priority reexamination. If the driver was served with a notice
of priority reexamination, the driver must contact Driver Safety within
five days. If the driver does not contact Driver Safety, the driving privilege
will be suspended. The driver is requried to submit to a law, vision and
driving test and present medical information.
4. Take an immediate suspension or revocation action of the driving privilege
if the driver's physical or mental condition presents immediate threat
to public safety.
Contact the Law Office of The McGuire Law Office to represent you
before the DMV