RE: [IPk] voluntary surrender of driving licence
If the seizure had occurred just after he had woken up or as he was waking
up would that count as a "daytime seizure" or one that happened at "night
From: email @ redacted [mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf
Of Brenda Cookson
Sent: 28 June 2011 22:49
To: email @ redacted
Subject: RE: [IPk] voluntary surrender of driving licence
just been looking on an epilepsy website because the information on the DUK
website was not clear at all!
Brenda, mum of David, 21, (call me Dave) diagnosed 30 May 04, finally found
gainful albeit temporary employment nearly 9 months after graduating from
University of York, still looking for something more lucrative and
> On 28/06/2011 22:41, Brenda Cookson wrote:
> > we have been told that the regulations surrounding seizures have
> > know when he applied for his licence they only asked about day time
> > requiring third party assistance and his seizures would count as night
> > ones. Apparently you now have to tell them about any seizures,
> > the cause, and the licence has to be surrendered for 6 months. You can
> > reapply and should be granted a licence if you are seizure free.
> > looking into it further. I have already found out that there is an
> > document about the medical regulations that only medics have access to,
> > seems odd. Possibly a suitable candidate for a Freedom of Information
> > request!
> > Brenda, mum of David, 21, (call me Dave) diagnosed 30 May 04, finally
> > gainful albeit temporary employment nearly 9 months after graduating
> > University of York, still looking for something more lucrative and
> > challenging.
> >> Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 22:32:21 +0100
> >> From: email @ redacted
> >> To: email @ redacted
> >> Subject: Re: [IPk] voluntary surrender of driving licence
> >> Hi Brenda
> >> I'm surprised he actually has to surrender his licence - when I lost my
> >> licence due to my sight I didn't have to surrender it, in fact I still
> >> have it (though it expired long ago). As long as he doesn't drive, I
> >> doubt anyone's going to actually ask for the licence.
> >> But if you do want to actually surrender it, maybe just put
> >> "diabetes-related seizures" or even "suspected diabetes-related
> >> Di
> >> On 28/06/2011 22:24, Brenda Cookson wrote:
> >>> David has been told that because of his seizure that the will be
> > to
> >>> drive for 6 months. The form you fill in in order to surrender your
> > licence
> >>> asks for diagnosis. What are you supposed to put? I wouldn't have
> > it
> >>> was correct to put 'daibetes' but 'seizure' is not a diagnosis, it's a
> >> symptom
> >>> of a condition.
> >>> Brenda,
> >>> .
> >> .
> > .
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