All Driver's must be able to read a car number plate from a distance of 20 metres. If you need glasses to do this then they must also be worn during the test
Visual acuity must be at least 0.8 (6/7.5) in the better eye and at least 0.1 (6/60) in the other eye. As with the driving test, glasses or contact lenses can be worn as long as the glasses have a correction power of no more than 8 dioptres
You maybe refused a licence to drive large goods vehicles if you suffer or have suffered from any of the following:
Suffered a stroke recently
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You must take and pass your LGV medicalCorrectIncorrect
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John is 35 years old has just successfully passed his LGV category C test.
When will he next be required to take another medical examination?CorrectIncorrect
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After what age is john required to take a medical every five years?CorrectIncorrect
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Malcolm is sixty one this year.
He had a medical when he was sixty. When will he next be required to take another?CorrectIncorrect
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Linda has been driving large goods vehicles for over 20 years and is 70 years of age.
How often should Linda take a medical?CorrectIncorrect