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Standards for drivers who have had a stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA) (INF188/3)

A guide to the standards of driving for car or motorcycle drivers who have had a stroke or TIA.

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INF188/3

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You do not need to tell us if you have had a TIA if you have a car or motorcycle licence.

If you have had a stroke you need to tell us if you have suffered any complications.

If you have had a stroke or TIA and hold a bus or lorry licence you must tell DVLA.

Published 1 May 2013
Last updated 29 February 2016 + full page history
  1. latest version of the INF188/3.
  2. New version of the INF188/3.
  3. New version of the INF188/3 leaflet published.
  4. Bullet point added to what you need to tell DVLA about.
  5. New version of the INF188/3 published.
  6. First published.