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Medical standards for driver licensing are used internationally to ensure that the driver’s health status does not increase their risk of crashing.
Sláinte agus Tiomáint Medical Fitness to Drive Guidelines (Group 1 and 2 Drivers) contains medical standards to guide the health assessments of drivers for licensing purposes in Ireland.
The most recent guidelines were published in July 2020.
They were developed by the National Office for Traffic Medicine on behalf of the Road Safety Authority.
The standards apply to the following drivers:
The guidelines are reviewed and updated every year to ensure that they continue to represent international best practice.
This publication summarises Irish medical guidelines of fitness to drive.
The information in these Guidelines are intended to assist doctors and other healthcare professionals in advising their patients on fitness to drive, requirements for reporting to their National Driver Licence Service, and guidance on review of stability, progression or improvement of these conditions.
View the Guidelines from Sláinte agus Tiomáint Medical Fitness to Drive Guidelines (Group 1 and 2 Drivers) (July 2020)
Click here to view the July 2020 Launch of the Sláinte agus Tiomáint MFTD Guidelines