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KillerT

Member
Yes its true every case is different and its just difficult to get your licence back if you are classed as HRO.
Do you have the DVLA email address the GP can use to send back the completed medical forms?
 

Grantyone

Well-known member
Yes its true every case is different and its just difficult to get your licence back if you are classed as HRO.
Do you have the DVLA email address the GP can use to send back the completed medical forms?
Yes, although I think if there is no previous history recorded with GP re alcohol/depression etc and you pass your DVLA medical, then it’s a formality getting your licence back, you just need to wait and play the game. 🙄

If your GP file shows anything then yes, the process can be difficult it appears. I am glad that is one thing I can be content with. It should be made clear by the courts in my opinion what exactly is involved.

The email address i was provided with was eftd@dvla.gov.uk.

Hope that helps.
 
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