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said i drank over 6 units a couple of times in last 12 monthssaid i last drank 8 units of alcohol 3 weeks before medical and drank once a month . did not say i had any previous alcohol misuse as i dont have any on my record.
What date did you have it doneHad medical a week ago and phoned dvla pretty much every day since. Still no update and they say my results haven't been recieved to be scanned on system yet. Surely can't be much longer, can't take much more than a week to send results...
Big tom yes there is a facebook group forum so dont call me a liar bitch, and as for this plandemic yes instand by itScaremongering. This joker doesn't even think there is a virus. No evidence of 'so called DVLA facebook forum' given to show this claim. As it stands, DVLA are working as (new) normal - they are normally slow and ham fisted!
Yeah and there is proof that aliens stick anal probes in chavs like you!!!! Put up or shut up. Stop trying to scare people because your situation isn't going like you feel you deserve.Big tom yes there is a facebook group forum so dont call me a liar bitch, and as for this plandemic yes instand by it
Scaremongering people are you smoking crack? You're the one doing that by telling foke that cough19 is real carry on been a sheep and karen ... and yes they are stopping medicals agian from dvla themselves you mugYeah and there is proof that aliens stick anal probes in chavs like you!!!! Put up or shut up. Stop trying to scare people because your situation isn't going like you feel you deserve.
Gents lets please keep this for advice and guidance not for slinging mud at each other..Scaremongering people are you smoking crack? You're the one doing that by telling foke that cough19 is real carry on been a sheep and karen ... and yes they are stopping medicals agian from dvla themselves you mug
Afternoon mateHi All,
Was just wondering if someone could answer a few questions i have, from your past experiences.
My ban officially ended June 17th, and i have been putting off re-applying for my licence since then. I have the form and it's ready to send.
Firstly, the £90 payment you have to send to the DVLA along with your licence application, how did you guys send the payment? I don't have a cheque book, is there anywhere i can pay online or call them and pay over the phone?
Secondly, if i can get a medical booked, i am really concerned about my past history, probably the only times i have visited my GP has been to do with depression, and related alcohol misuse. There i would expect, be a number of records indicating dependency, drinking too much to cope etc.
The good news, i have been sober as a judge since January 10th this year, so over 9 months now.
When i go for my medical, were you all brutally honest with that GP & the questionnaire?
I guess, as money is tight, i have been delaying sending back my application as i dont want £90 for the application, a further £90 for the medical to all go down the drain, in case they request my records from my GP, and all these past records emerge, and they deny me a licence until i am 12 months sober.......should i wait until 12 months have passed, inform my GP of this, and then apply?
Should i go ahead now, and not be as truthful with my answers, as my past is my past, and i am well and truly not dependent, or have any alcohol now?
Or should i apply, be 100% truthful about my past history with alcohol, state where i am now, run the risk of them contacting my GP, and make the whole process even longer but be satisfied in the fact that i have been honest.
Any thoughts, opinions, and past similar experiences would be really appreciated.