California Medical DMV Hearings
Medical Condition / Age
If you are unable to operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner due to a medical condition or your age, the DMV can suspend or revoke your driving privileges for an indefinite period of time. You can be referred to the DMV for a priority re-examination by your doctor, a police officer, or a public citizen, as a result of your alleged inability to operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner.
If so, you are entitled to a DMV interview and hearing to contest the potential suspension or revocation, and, if successful, have the DMV action set aside. You also have the right to be represented by a California DMV hearing lawyer at that hearing.
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