What to bring to the medical examination?
Make an appointment well in advance. On the day of the test, bring your medical certificate, urine, ID card and glasses or hearing aid if necessary. If you are not a registered client, you will need to complete an affidavit of health or bring along a statement of medical records from your GP. The declaration will need to state the conditions you suffer from and the medication you are taking.
How does the examination work?
The examination includes a comprehensive examination by a general practitioner, including, among other things, a basic cardiological and neurological examination, blood pressure measurements, vision and hearing screening and urine testing. However, if necessary, the assessing doctor may request other specialist examinations (e.g. eye, neurology, orthopaedics, traffic psychology, etc.).
Driving licence seizure search
A driving ban most often occurs when 12 points are obtained (ejection) or a driving ban is imposed (authority, court). A medical examination precedes a traffic psychological examination before the licence is reissued. This is carried out in the event of a driving ban of 6 months or more. In addition, for the reissue of a driving licence if the driving ban has been longer than 1 year, the the applicant is obliged to take the driving test again. Because the results of the medical examination and the traffic psychological examination alone are not sufficient.