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[IP] Re: driver's license revocation
In a message dated 10/11/00 1:58:53 PM Central Daylight Time,
email @ redacted writes:
<< Has anyone had an issue with the DMV or bureaucracy in attempting to get a
Driver's License due to their diabetes? I just moved from TX back to MN
after a 3 year absence, was pulled over this morning for a speeding ticket,
truly my fault, and received a citation for driving with a revoked license,
truly not my fault. I thought I had a valid driver's license and was not
even aware of the need for a Doctor's letter of approval for me to drive. I
did have one before in MN, right before I left and had no idea I needed to
renew it to drive. No notification. I am facing a 30 day suspension, after
the state receives the county ticket(?) and am hoping my new Dr., who I do
not care for and is very part time, will sign the papers and forward them in
a timely manner. Please share your experiences and advice if you have any.
I know that the laws are meant to protect us all. I do always test before I
drive, my control is better with a pump, BUT I am feeling so stifled by and
angry at this stupid disease! Just another hassle to face. >>
I had no idea that some states needed a letter from your dr.
That has never happened to me here in MO. Is this discrimation?
Does everyone with a disability have to have a letter from a dr to get a
license in your state???
I do usually test before i drive just because my cde told me i needed to
while on the pump.
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