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Legal Question

Asked on: 6/23/10, 9:15 am

I was put on a restricted to daylight license even though nothing about my vision has changed since my last medical statement sent into DMV. When I questioned this, they said I should have never been taken off of my vision restriction and that they made a "mistake." My ophthalmologist says my vision is stable, He believes I can drive at night safely, I've been doing so for a year on an unrestricted license (that DMV approved so long as I continued to submit a vision statement every year) with no accidents or problems at all. My record is completely clean.

I understand that according to their guidelines I don't meet the vision requirements to drive unrestricted, but they themselves bypassed these guidelines, allowed me to drive (so long as I continued to produce a yearly medical report from my ophthalmologist). Nothing has changed except apparently their minds.

Is there any legal remedy for this?

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