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DVLA warns drivers of 118 health conditions that must be declared or face fines - full list

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Drivers with certain medical problems must declare them to the DVLA or risk being hit with hefty fines - and a possible licence surrender.The licensing authority currently lists 118 conditions that must be reported and failure to do so could mean a £1,000 fine, or possible prosecution if an accident occurs.

It comes as DVLA is set to update its guidance relating to eye conditions in the coming weeks.Last year, the DVLA made amendments to the medical portion of the application process, making it easier for people to declare health conditions when applying or updating a licence.Previously, only a doctor could assist in filling out an applicant's medical questionnaire, but this ability has been extended to specialist nurses and opticians.The DVLA has confirmed that there are 118 medical conditions that you need to tell the agency about if you want to get behind the wheel.

A medical condition doesn't automatically require a licence surrender, but it may need to be handed over in certain situations that are deemed unsafe.If you develop a condition that needs to be declared to the DVLA, you will have to fill in certain forms or questionnaires which will depend on your condition.

The agency will assess your situation and decide what the best next steps are.You may have to get a new driving licence, which could include a shorter licence - for one, two, three or five years.

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