After receiving either a Driver’s Medical Examination Blue or Yellow form, you’ll have 45 days to complete and submit it. It’s important to submit it on time. If you miss the deadline, your license may be cancelled. By choosing Care Point, you can rely on us to fax your results in immediately, therefore minimizing any chances of missing the deadline.
To complete your Driver’s Medical Examination form, you’ll need to make an appointment below to see one of our doctors.
RoadSafetyBC uses the Driver’s Medical Examination Report to make driver medical fitness decisions. The report provides their staff with the information they need to assess if a person is medically fit to drive.
The driver examination report includes checks for:
- Cognition (for example, memory, attention and judgment)
- Overall physical health
They also need your medical history to assess your mental and emotional fitness to drive safely.
Not all disabilities will prevent a person from driving, and sometimes RoadSafetyBC will recommend a conditional license with some restrictions.
Please bring the following to your appointment:
After we submit your form, RoadSafetyBC will review it. If a medical condition might be of concern, they might request additional information, or an Enhanced Road Assessment if you hold a Class 5/7 or road test re-examination if you hold a Class 1-4 or Class 6.
There are many reasons why a driver might need to have a medical examination. Here are the most common:
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