23.3.211 OTHER INFORMATION RESULTING IN CHANGE OF STATUS OF DRIVER'S LICENSE
(1) A person who indicates that he has suffered from fainting or dizzy spells, epilepsy or epileptic type seizures, heart trouble or paralysis must furnish the Motor Vehicles Division information from a medical doctor as follows:
(a) For fainting or dizzy spells a report must be submitted if the last occurrence was within the preceding 5 years.
(b) For epilepsy or epileptic type seizures, a report must be submitted regardless of date of occurrence.
(c) For heart ailments, a report must be submitted if the last treatment was within the preceding 3 years.
(d) For paralysis, a report must be submitted only if the examiner determines it is necessary.
(2) A person who indicates he suffers from a physical or mental defect that would make it difficult to operate a vehicle must submit a medical report only if the examiner determines it is necessary.
(3) A person whose physical appearance or conduct at the time of driver license renewal or application indicates a medical or mental problem may be requested by the examiner to submit a report on the condition and/or may be required by the examiner to complete the driving portion of the examination or both.
(4) A person who has been reported to the Motor Vehicles Division as having a physical, mental, visual or driving skills problem may be requested to furnish the Division with an appropriate report concerning the condition, and/or may be requested to complete the entire examination or both if the staff determines it is necessary. (Form DES-1004, Accident Report.)
(5) Medical questions arising from the above items may be submitted to the State Health Officer for assistance in determining appropriate action.