How long do DVLA medical Enquiries take?
If the DVLA can make a decision based on the information provided including all relevant medical results they aim to make a decision on most cases within 15 working days.
How long after DVLA medical Do you get results?
around 15 working days
It will take around 15 working days to get your results back from the DVLA medical, unless they need further information, which may take up to 90 working days. These are both in addition to a week for your blood samples to be tested and analysed.
What medical conditions can prevent you from driving?
Multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, Parkinson’s disease and other conditions affecting your nervous system can all affect your ability to drive.
What circumstances require you to notify the DVLA?
Telling DVLA about a medical condition or disability
- diabetes or taking insulin.
- syncope (fainting)
- heart conditions (including atrial fibrillation and pacemakers)
- sleep apnoea.
How do you renew your driving Licence when you reach 70?
The DVLA will send you a D46P application form 90 days before your 70th birthday, and then every three years afterwards. Complete the form and return it to the DVLA. If you haven’t got the D46P form, you can use a ‘D1 application for a driving licence form’, which you can pick up from a Post Office.
Can you drive while waiting for a replacement license UK?
Can you still drive while waiting for your new licence? The DVLA says said motorists can continue to drive while forms are being processed provided they have not been advised otherwise by their doctor or optician. Application forms must also be “completed” and “accurate”.
How do I get my CDT levels back to normal?
The CDT test can thus detect heavy alcohol consumption over a long period of time and is a measure of chronic alcohol consumption. If a person stops drinking, the CDT levels will return to normal levels within 4 weeks. If they start drinking again, the levels will once again rise.
Do I have to tell my car insurance about medical condition?
You have to tell your car insurance provider if you develop a medical condition that affects your ability to drive. You must also inform the driver and vehicle licensing agency (DVLA), whether it’s a new condition such as a head injury or an existing medical condition such as diabetes that’s become more severe.
What health conditions can affect your driving?
Common health conditions that can affect your driving
- Blackouts, fainting, loss of consciousness.
- Neurological conditions.
- Heart or circulatory conditions.
- Visual impairments.
- Déjà vu.
What is the phone number for the DVLA medical department?
DVLA drivers medical enquiries. You can contact the DVLA medical enquiries department via telephone. Telephone number: 0300 790 6806. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 8am to 5:30pm. Sat: 8am to 1pm. Sun: Closed.
Where can I find the DVLA email address?
DVLA Service Email Postal Address. DVLA Swansea Long View Rd, Morriston, Swansea SA6 7JL. DVLA contact number is 0300 790 6801 you can also contact the DVLA using their customer service email: [email protected]
What do I need to tell DVLA about my condition?
Check if you need to tell DVLA about your condition to find the forms or questionnaires you need. The address you need is on the forms. If you’re in Northern Ireland you must contact the Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA). There are different forms for different conditions and disabilities. Contact DVLA if you’re not sure what to do.
What is the DVLA vehicle tax contact number?
DVLA vehicle tax contact number 0300 790 6802 can be called upon for issues related to vehicles. However, if you have any concerns or issues about drivers, you need to call DVLA driver license contact number 0300 790 6801. The contact can also be made through post by writing at the following address: How can I call DVLA enforcement centre?