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When my daughter was dianosed lst month, I asked the neuro if she needed to inform DVLA and he said no! That isn’t what I’ve read on here. Can anyone clarify this for me please?

Thank you!

V

Yes you do need to inform dvla. Have a look on their website - its one of a few conditions that you need to tell them about. I think you then get your license for 3 years at a time, but that info should be on the website.

Pxx

Hi The DVLA do need to be told. They will send a questionnaire to complete. When they have done and if they issue another licence it could be for 3 yrs at a time max. she also needs t tell insurance co, if she fails to tell them it could invalidate the policy Mike

Omg - of course you need to tell dvla. I would seriously doubt this neuros capability considering this very basic error. As mike says insurance too. Car - premium should not go up. Same with travel my premium remained the same - you do need to keep them updated if get any acute episodes or they will scr.w you Hugs Minxx