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Drivers could be 'fined up to £1,000' and 'may not be insured' by making DVLA mistake


The DVLA should also be informed if a condition or a disability has got worse since you got a licence.

GOV.UK says drivers will need to fill in a range of firms and questionnaires when making a medical declaration.

After this, the DVLA will decide whether drives need a new, shorter driving licence or whether further action is needed.

This can include drivers being told to adapt their vehicle or stop driving for a period of time.

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