In the UK, there are strict driving requirements for those above the age of 70. All drivers must reapply for a licence upon reaching age 70 and continue to reapply every three years thereafter. The reapplication process also involves eye tests and other fitness tests, and drivers are responsible for declaring if they are still fit to drive.
If you or an older loved one has lost a licence for failing to comply with the old-age requirements, our motoring offence solicitors at Lewis Nedas & Co. in London can help you. While your licence has likely already been disqualified, we will work to have your driving privileges reinstated and provide you with legal guidance based on our extensive motoring offence expertise.
Medical Conditions and Driving Licence
A recent EU directive required anyone with specific illnesses, including multiple sclerosis (MS), arthritis, diabetes, epilepsy and a host of other medical conditions, to comply with regular medical checkups in order to retain their driving licenses.
At Lewis Nedas & Co., we can provide you with sound legal advice regarding testing for your driver's licence, and we can assist you in cases of loss of a driving licence due to a medical condition.
Loss of Driving Licence Solicitors, London UK
We are familiar with the various quickly changing motoring laws relating to specific offences, and our team is highly experienced in dealing with all areas of road traffic law. It is essential that you consult an experienced lawyer at the earliest possible stage when dealing with the loss of a driving licence. For further information or to submit a query, please contact us online or call 0808 231 7040.