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[IP] lows while driving
New Jersey has a rather complex form to be filled
out by your doctor. There is a diabetes panel, diabetologists who review the
forms and give an opinion as to if you can drive or not. Your doctor is supposed
to notify DMV if he or she feels you might have problems driving. There are
similar laws and forms for patients with epilepsy, stroke and head injury. The
panel doctors are all real doctors who practice medicine not just state pencil
pushing drones. I'm not aware of other state provisions but I had been on the
epilepsy panel in NJ when I practiced there, prior to my stroke, last March.
When I am low I drive more slowly and my wife says, stop so I can get out and
get the train.