B1: report your medical condition
Report certain types of medical conditions to DVLA if you're a car driver or motorcyclist.
Ref: B1 PDF, 286KB, 6 pages
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Use this form to report these medical conditions:
- acute subdural haematoma
- arachnoid cyst
- Arnold-Chiarim malformation
- arteriovenous malformation
- blood clots
- brain abscess, cyst or encephalitis
- brain injury
- brain tumour
- burr hole surgery
- cerebral palsy
- chronic subdural haematoma
- head injury
- hypoxic brain damage
- Lewy body dementia
- pituitary tumour
- serious head injury
- subarachnoid haemorrhage
- Tourette’s syndrome
- transient global amnesia
- VP shunt
- other related conditions
Check the list of health conditions if yours isn’t listed.
Use a different form to report these conditions if you have a lorry, bus or coach licence.
Find out what happens after you tell DVLA.
Published: 1 April 2012
Updated: 23 February 2017
- Updated pdf
- Guillain Barré syndrome removed from list.
- Latest version of B1 form added - epilepsy questions (3-7) have been changed.
- This form can no longer be used for benign essential tremor.
- The main sections of the questionnaire (pages 2 & 3) have been reviewed and changed.
- Question 11d on page 3 has been removed, the return form (page 5) has also been updated.
- First published.