Legal Question in Traffic Law in Illinois


I recently suffered one grand mal seizure, the first in my life. As of now there is no firm diagnosis of the cause. Is my Illinois license still valid? Must I report a single seizure? What laws are pertinent to my driving rights?

Asked on 4/17/00, 9:29 am

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Re: Seizures

Your Illinois license is valid. How-

ever, if you have an accident which

can be attributed to a seizure, the

Illinois Secretary of State may place

restrictions on your driving privileges. However, I suggest that

you wait until there is a firm

diagnosis, however you may want to

monitor the time and distances that

you drive for your own safety.

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Answered on 4/26/00, 11:42 pm

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