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  1. Do you think it will be an issue that i haven't reported this at all for so long?
  2. Hi, yes Im doing it for the right reasons, just was horrified at not only it wasnt done for so long, but also my ignorance an naievity over the situation. Im also concerned as 2 years ago I was involved in a minor car accident. It was not my fault as the third party was on the wrong side of the road in a car park and also admitted liability. My condition was controlled at the time and the insurance paid out and reclaimed from third part insurance succesfully. Just very worried and anxious overall.
  3. Hi, I find myself in a difficult situation. I was diagnosed with sleep apnea 10 years ago and then issued with a cpap device. I was never told at the time by my Gp who referred me or by the hospital consultant that I had to report this directly to dvla. I assumed as it was controlled everything was ok. Recently I had an issue with sleep apnea being uncontrolled. my machine had a problem which has been replaced with one that wirelessly reports data to the hospital. They say sleep apnea is now controlled again. So far so good, again no mention of Dvla. Recently though going through a complaint with my GP (different matter) who referred me to the sleep clinic, its been said about reporting my condition to DVLA. Im now worried after 10 years of not reporting I'm in deep hot water. Any advice on how to tackle this? Im hearing horror stories of DVLA revoking licences etc. I will be ringing the sleep clinic at my hospital tomorrow to get some kind of evidence of my current machine readings to prove the condition is controlled.
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