Request for Testing
You do not need an appointment if you have received a Corrective Action Notice that states you must complete a written, vision or road test. You may visit any MVD office during normal business hours.
Failure to comply within 30 days from the date of the notice will result in the suspension and/or revocation of your driving privilege.
Vision Examination Report
This report is for a physician to indicate how an observed medical condition regarding vision affects the person's ability to drive safely.
Substance Abuse Evaluation
This report is to be completed by a health professional for a driver license applicant to determine how the person's substance abuse condition may affect or impair his or her ability to operate a motor vehicle safely.
Special Performance Evaluation (SPE)
If you are required to complete a special performance evaluation, you must have a scheduled appointment due to the extended time this evaluation takes. An SPE examiner will contact you for scheduling.
You may also complete the SPE with one of the following certified driver rehabilitation specialists (CDRS).
Driving to Independence, LLC
The SPE must be completed within 30 days from the date of notice whether testing with MVD or a CDRS. Failure to comply will result in the suspension and/or revocation of your driving privilege.