DVLA Medical Revocation
All drivers are under a duty to notify the DVLA of any reportable medical condition which can affect your ability to drive, and failure to do so can result in a criminal prosecution. If the DVLA receives information about your health, they may conduct an assessment of your fitness to drive, which can result in the revocation of your driving licence – either temporarily, or permanently.
Our team of expert regulatory solicitors have a significant amount of experience of challenging DVLA decisions to revoke driving licences on medical grounds, and can advise you as to your options and the procedure in respect of making representations to the DVLA and potentially appealing the DVLA’s decision to the Magistrates’ Court.
If you have been told by your Doctor to notify the GP of a health condition, or have been contacted by the DVLA about your health, please contact our regulatory experts now to arrange a reduced fee initial meeting to discuss your options.
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