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RE: [IP] lows while driving

I didn't realize that NJ had a law...ooops. 
Well I moved from there about 3 years ago.  But I never mentioned I was
Diabetic when I went in for my permit, driving test, etc.  I never mentioned
to my driving instructor I was Diabetic either.  I never thought of it, nor
thought I was doing anything wrong.  My doctor wished me luck on my driving
test when I saw him the week before and never mentioned that I should have
note from him.  How new is this complex form?  Also, does the DMV have
access to health records if you don't tell them?

Now I live in Massachusetts and again when I went to get my license switched
to the new state I didn't mention it.  Again didn't think to mention it.

Am I doing something wrong?
-- Sherry

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Bender, M. D. [mailto:email @ redacted]
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2000 6:21 AM
To: insulin-pumpers-digest
Subject: [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.
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