You must have a vision and medical screening at a driver licensing office when:
- You apply for a driver license
- A vision or medical issue may impact your driving
We'll check your eyesight to ensure you see well enough to safely drive. If you don't meet the standard without glasses or corrective lenses, you may get a restriction. You may need to get an exam by an eye care specialist and submit a Visual Examination Report (English, Español, Русский, and more).
We’ll ask if you have a mental or physical condition that could impair your driving ability. We'll also ask if you're taking any medication that could impair your driving. You may need to get an exam by a medical specialist and submit a Physical Examination Report (English, Español, Русский, and more).