You can be fined up to £1,000 if you do not tell DVLA about a medical condition that affects your driving. You may be prosecuted if you’re involved in an accident as a result.
Car or motorcycle licence
You must tell DVLA if you experience sudden and disabling dizziness.
Talk to your doctor if you’re not sure if your acoustic neuroma causes other symptoms that will affect your driving, or if you must tell DVLA about them.
Fill in forms B1 and DIZ1 and send them to DVLA. The address is on the form.
Bus, coach or lorry licence
You must tell DVLA if you either:
- experience any sudden and disabling dizziness
- have acoustic neuroma in both ears
You do not have to tell the DVLA if you have not experienced sudden and disabling dizziness and only have acoustic neuroma in one ear.
Fill in forms B1V and DIZ1V and send them to DVLA. The address is on the form.