Ala. Admin. Code r. 760-X-20-.04 - Information To Be Considered In Licensing Actions

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022

The review boards when making recommendations, and the department when taking licensing action, may consider the following information:

(1) Any medical condition affecting the person including, but not limited to:
(a) History of illness.
(b) Severity of symptoms and prognosis.
(c) Complications or co morbid conditions or both.
(d) Treatment and medications, including effects and side effects, and the person's knowledge and use of medications.
(e) Results of medical tests and reports of laboratory findings.
(f) Physician's medical report.
(g) Physician's recommendations with regard to functional impairment.
(h) Physician's identification of risk factors.
(2) Reports of driver condition or behavior.
(3) The results of a department screening of a person's vision or hearing.
(4) The results of any examination of the person to test knowledge of traffic laws, road signs, rules of the road, vehicle equipment and safe driving practices, and driving ability.
(5) Alcohol or drug assessment reports.
(6) Traffic accidents that may have been caused in whole or in part by a medical condition specified in this chapter.
(7) Vision specialist's reports.
(8) A person's failure to provide requested information to the department.

Author: Lieutenant F. A. Bingham

Notes

Ala. Admin. Code r. 760-X-20-.04
New Rule: Filed March 12, 1996; effective April 16, 1996.

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, ยงยง32 2 9, 32 6 13, as amended.

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