Lack of Skill & Knowledge Hearings
Adjustment or equipment: Type of vehicle, automatic transmission or type of controls (including steering knob, hand controls, extra mirrors and power steering).
Adjustment in driving environment: Hours of day, amount of driving, avoidance of weather conditions, avoidance of certain routes, combining trips.
Possible Hearing Outcomes Rexamination at future date
Medical probation I: (driver must comply with outlined medical regimen and has reporting responsibilities).
Medical probation II: Annual medical exam required.
Limited-term Licenses: 1- or 2-year license issued with follow-up examination required at renewal.
Source: California Department of Motor Vehicles
San Bernardino Lack of Skills attorney/Palm Springs Lack of Skills attorney
California law allows the state to refuse to issue a driver's license, renew a license or investigate and revoke the license of someone it determines lacks the skills to safely operate a motor vehicle.
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