Drivers are being advised to avoid hefty fines by declaring any medical conditions they may have when completing their DVLA driving licence form.
There is an official list of conditions that people are obliged to inform the DVLA when applying for their driving licence.
Such conditions could affect the way you drive, and failure to acknowledge them can result in severe punishments.
Motorists can be fined up to £1,000 and invalidate their car insurance premium. More seriously, they could be prosecuted and face a jail sentence if involved in a crash as a result of their medical condition.
These include anxiety, depression and forms of cancer but the comprehensive list indexes an A-Z of conditions, syndromes and diseases.
Safe driving from Britannia!