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Your driving license could soon be revoked even if you still have points on it

“Your driving license could soon be revoked even if you still have points on it”

The driving license à life, it may soon be over. Medical examinations could soon be compulsory to be able to renew it.

Passing your driving license test and keeping it for the rest of your life is a must. which may no longer be systematic. Apart from the possibility, which already exists, of having one's license canceled for having lost all his points, a new regulation will be imposed. study at home The European scale risks putting the situation at risk. harms the property ad vitam æternam of the little pink paper. Thus, it could well be that within a fairly short period of time each driving license holder will have to fulfill certain conditions to keep it.

Today, in France, you cannot lose your driving license for health reasons. However, in some of our neighbors, such as Italy, Spain or the Netherlands, more or less in-depth medical examinations are obligatory every day. from a certain age – from 50 years for Italian motorists – to retain the right to drive a vehicle. Europe would like to harmonize its regulations regarding driving licenses within the 27 member countries. If the question initially arose mainly for seniors, responsible, like younger drivers, for numerous road accidents, the implementation of exams for the entire population now seems to hold the rope.

This trend has continued. validated at the beginning of December in the upper spheres of the EU. Concretely, if the current text were ratified, each driver would have to pass a medical examination every 15 years, and every 5 years. years &agrav; from 70 years old. For example, a young driver who would obtain his driving license à 18 years old could be have a medical visit to your home 33 years old.

If the results are good, he could continue to do so. drive your vehicle to the destination his next compulsory exam scheduled 15 years later. At the moment when ù we are writing these lines, while amendments can still be made to the initial text, & what this medical exam would look like? Motor tests? &Reflex assessment ? None of that. Alone an eye test would be required!

It may seem minimalist to test an individual's abilities to do so. drive a car, but each member state could have the possibility to do so. to complicate medical examinations. We could then imagine that the examinations would be more thorough for people of a more advanced age, the physical capacities of a woman or a ;#39;a 75-year-old man is a priori no longer the same as that of someone 35-year-old. One thing is almost certain, a motorist will be able to have their driving license revoked in the near future, and not just for a question of points.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116