DVLA Medical Contact Number

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DVLA Contact Number

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DVLA Contact Number Medical

One of the main jobs for the DVLA is to manage people’s driving license and a big part of this is deciding if someone can still drive once they have been diagnosed with a medical condition. This means needing to ring the DVLA medical department contact number to discuss with their dedicated team. Unfortunately, like much with the DVLA, this can be a time-consuming process – but not with this new specialist number that gets you through to the right people first time. You need to let DVLA know about any ‘notifiable’ condition or any condition that has become worse than when originally notified. Notifiable conditions are those that can affect your ability to drive and include physical disabilities or visual impairments as well as conditions such as strokes or epilepsy. This DVLA contact telephone number will put you through to the right people to help guide you through the process and find out if you need to notify them about your medical condition.

DVLA Medical Department

There may be some cases where you are required to surrender your license due to a medical condition. However, if the condition improves or you have a set period of time without an episode, then you may be able to get your license back. Another area that that this DVLA driving license contact number can help with is when you reach the age of 70. At this point, you will be required to renew your license whether you have any medical conditions or not. The process can be done online but can also be done over the phone and here you can check if any medical conditions have an impact on your license. You can also confirm things such as that your doctor is happy with you driving and that you aren’t currently disqualified for any reason.

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