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What to Know About Switching Your Personal Injury Lawyer

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4 Easy Steps to Take After a Slip and Fall Accident

- Joseph Elias, Esq

How Much is my Personal Injury Case Worth?

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How Long Do I Have to File a California Personal Injury Claim?

- Natalee Fisher, Esq

Why You Should Seek Medical Treatment After a Car Accident Injury

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Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?

Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?

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Do I Need to Hire Car Accident Lawyer?

Do I Need to Hire Car Accident Lawyer?

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How Survivors Can Get Full Restitution in Criminal Court for Certain Sexual Abuse Violations

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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Can You Lose Your California Driver’s License Because of Vision Problems?
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Low-vision conditions affect a significant number of U.S. adults. As the American Federation for the Blind reports, findings from the 2018 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) data release established that an estimated 32.2 million adult Americans (or about 13% of the total adult population) reported they either “have trouble” seeing (even when wearing glasses or contact lenses) or that they are “blind or unable to see at all.”

Depending on the severity, functional impairment, and stability of the condition, DMV may take different actions when receiving a report of a driver with a visual impairment,” the California DMV says.

What is the California DMV Screening Standard for Driver’s License Applicants?

The California DMV’s vision screening standard is the ability to see 20/40 with both eyes together (with or without corrective lenses). Drivers who fail the vision screening are referred to a vision specialist who must then examine the driver and complete a Report of Vision Examination (DL 62) form (and said form must be submitted to the DMV).

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Can I Drive in California with an Out-of-State License?
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California is the most populous state in the nation, with nearly 40 million residents. With the Golden State’s many tourist attractions, it’s also a frequent destination for travelers.

But what does the law say about driving in California with an out-of-state license? In the sections below, we will look at how the Vehicle Code impacts those who drive California’s roads and highways with a license issued by another state.

As a visitor from out-of-state, you may legally drive in the Golden State without a California license. However, you must have a current and valid license from the state in which you reside permanently, and that license must be applicable to the type of vehicle you are operating.

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