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I've googled and downloaded the DVLA leaflet but can't see the answer anywhere.
After a recent eye test, I've been referred by my optician to the hospital for tests to check whether I have glaucoma. If the hospital confirms that it is glaucoma, I will have to inform the DVLA and my insurers.
I understand that I then have to go to specsavers for a DVLA field of vision test.
But its not clear at what point will I lose my driving licence (if at all).
- As soon as the hospital confirms the diagnosis;
- When I advise the DVLA;
- After a failed specsavers FOV test;
- After the DVLA have reviewed the specsavers FOV test and contacted me?
I drive for work so I will need to make arrangements asap as the hospital test is this week.
Does anyone have experience that they could share please?
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