Driving When You Have Had Seizures
Publication Year: 2003
Type: Federal resource, Online Publication
This publication gives general advice about the different laws regarding driving after having had seizures. It explains how long a person will have to wait before he/she can get his/her license back, and different types of situations where people with seizures may still be able to drive. Resources for people who are not able to drive due to their seizures are also provided.
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