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No driving allowed for six months after seizure or loss of consciousness in MA.

Did you know that if you experience a seizure or any loss of consciousness as a licensed driver in Massachusetts, you must voluntarily surrender your license for six months? I didn’t. Here is the link: https://www.massrmv.com/Portals/30/docs/lossofco.pdf. At the conclusion of the six month period, you can apply for your learner’s permit and retake the license exam. That’s with a letter from your physicain stating that you are safe to drive. I wonder how many people would do this.

I have had clients who have had head injuries where their doctors have advised them not to drive for a six month period. These people haven’t given up their licenses though; they have just not driven until they were cleared and then resumed driving.

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