About The DMV Re-Examination Process

"Re-examination" is the term given to the second level of the Department of Motor Vehicles' actions (after investigations) against a motorist's driver's license. A re-examination may be triggered by law enforcement request or by a physician's report of a condition that makes driving dangerous. The process may be as simple as providing medical information or as onerous as retaking the vision, law and driving tests.

If a physical or mental condition poses an immediate threat to public safety, DMV may suspend the motorist's license pending re-examination. DMV may also suspend the license of any motorist who fails to appear for a scheduled re-examination.

Explore your options when the DMV wants to re-examine your driving skills. Contact the Law Office of Rodney Gould to learn how our Beat DMV focus can help you win and keep driving if at all possible. Email us or phone the law office at 818-981-1760.