We are in the process of renewing my partners driving license, the DVLA is writing to his PK specialist for further info on his current health. But for a separate matter (juvenile glaucoma) he sat a visual field test, something he has done every 12 months at the eye hospital for the majority of his life without any problems. Today he had the worst experience, his tremors were really bad and the position in which he sat to take the test caused him a lot of pain (i.e leaning forward). He had three attempts at it and is convinced he has failed. This girl in Specsavers wasn’t very helpful, giving no understanding to the fact he couldn’t press the button as expected.
I’m not sure what to do and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Should we contact the DVLA and explain the conditions that the test was done under or should we simply wait to hear from them?
I’m sure I am asking an impossible question but any advice is really appreciated, to think he might lose his license over a field of vision test which has nothing to do with his PK is somewhat ironic.