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What is a D1 form?
What is the D100 form used for?
What is the INS57P form used for?
What is the INF159 form used for?
True or False: The 01 code means eyesight correction
True or False: 02 means hearing/communication aid
True or False: 101 means not for hire or reward
True or False: 106 means restricted to vehicles with automatic transmissions
What does DVLA stand for?
Who are DVLA’s Northern Ireland counterpart?
True or False: Drivers must be able to read a car number plate in good daylight from a distance of 26m
True or False: Section 88 may allow a driver to continue driving despite not holding a current licence.
Can a driver drive with only one eye?
Select 2 of the powers that DVLA have: prevent anyone with a medical condition from driving
What is ‘Cassie’s Law’?
How many licencing decisions do DVLA make a year?
True or False: Drivers dont need to declare if they’ve had surgery to correct short sightedness and can meet the eyesight standards
If a trainer is in any doubt about the standards of vision of their client, in the first instance, they should:
A trainer carrying out an eyesight check is a legal eyesight check
Section 88 applies in the UK but other countries may not recognise this