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Driving with epilepsy

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In general, people with active epilepsy are not considered fit to drive. The prerequisites for a person with epilepsy being issued or re-issued with a licence to drive a motor vehicle are periodic specialist neurological tests tailored to the individual situation and a test of fitness to drive.

In general, people with active epilepsy are not considered fit to drive. The prerequisites for a person with epilepsy being issued or re-issued with a licence to drive a motor vehicle are periodic specialist neurological tests tailored to the individual situation and a test of fitness to drive.

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