All first time applicants for a drivers licence learner permit must submit a Driving Licence Eyesight Report. This report can be completed by a medical practitioner or a registered opthalmic optician.
Driving Licence Eyesight Reports are also required is the applicant previously wore glasses/ lenses but are no longer required to do so. Sometimes it is also needed if the applicant is exchanging their licence from a non EU country.
The report must be signed by the applicant in the presence of the doctor or optician and then submitted within one month of the date of application at an National Driving Licence Service centre.
At Hazelhill Family Practice we have completed these Driving Licence Eyesight Reports for many of our patients. We are happy happy to assist with any queries our patients may have on these forms.
The Driving Licence Eyesight Report can be downloaded from the Hazelhill Family Practice website. We are happy to help any of our patients complete these applications.