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Hi,

my son was banned for drink driving before he even had a licence in 2004 and was jailed (rightly so).

 

He has since been completely clean and requested a provisional in 2007 which he received with the endorsement on it.

 

He has moved address twice since then and informed the DVLA of this without a problem.

 

Last year he took driving lessons and applied for a test, passed his theory and then his full test,

at all times providing his documentation (paper) to the test centre.

 

Because he has not received his full licence in the post,

he has contacted them to be told that because he has not taken a medical test, his licence is invalid.

 

He is adamant that he has never been informed of this and his original provisional has the original photograph of him

which was updated on each subsequent provional, so they know who he is.

 

I hope someone can give me some advice to pass on to him, thanks in advance

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I wasn't aware a medical test was required for a licence either ?


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Thanks raydetinu - it looks like if there has been an alcohol abuse problem in the past 3 years, then a visit to the GP is in order. Although the OP says this happened 2004-2007 so would that still apply ? Or could it be, because of the custodial sentence ?

 

I guess the only action to take is for the OP's son to have the medical and have it done and dusted, although you would have thought something would have been said sooner than this! .


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