Report a medical condition that affects your driving

If you have a medical condition or disability that affects your driving, you need to inform the DVLA when applying for your driving licence or if you already have a driving licence and later develop a condition. You must also inform them if your condition becomes worse and renew your details when you have been given a short-term driving licence.

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Driving with a medical condition

Driving safely requires a lot of different skills and senses to be used together, which means that there are many health conditions that may affect your ability to drive. The health guidelines also vary depending on the type vehicle you drive and licence you hold.

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