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You must report any condition that affects both eyes and vision (except long or short sight or colour blindness) to the DVLA, using form V1. If you live in Northern Ireland, you must report it to the DVA.
You cannot use the online service to check for your condition or report it to DVLA .
If you drive a car or motorcycle you should use the M1 online form on the website to tell the DVLA about a diagnosis of: agoraphobia. anxiety. bipolar disorder (manic depression) depression.
If you have an ordinary driving licence, you can start driving again after 1 week as long as: you don't have any symptoms, such as dizziness or fainting, that would affect your driving. you have regular check-ups at the pacemaker clinic. you haven't recently had a heart attack or heart surgery.
Your insurer may not cover you for the insertion of a pacemaker, or a cardiac arrest following substance or drug abuse. You may also find it tricky to claim cover if you have a defibrillator fitted without first having a cardiac arrest.
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How long should my application take? According to the DVLA, all paper applications are being processed within three to four weeks. They ask that drivers allow four weeks for their licence to arrive, and request that people do not contact them in this time.
There are different manuals for different types of vehicle: M1 vehicles - passenger cars. M2 and M3 vehicles - buses and coaches. N1 vehicles - light goods vehicles (up to 3,500kgs) N2 and N3 vehicles - heavy goods vehicles (over 3,500kgs)
The time they take to deal with your particular case will depend on the medical condition you have and the information they need to gather. If the DVA can make a decision based on the information you originally provided, they aim to make this decision within three to four weeks.
The delays to the licence application process have forced the DVLA to update their online guidance to account for the lengthy waits. In the DVLA's 2022/ 2023 Business Plan, the agency acknowledges the backlog with medical licenses and states that it hopes to clear it to pre-pandemic levels by September.
This can be returned to us by post to: Drivers Medical Group, DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1TU.

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