On 2/9 he got a letter from PennDOT with medical forms that needed to be submitted within 30 days. He had recently had a one vehicle accident. He submitted the forms, all confirming that he was able to drive. He also included a letter from a board certified Doctor specializing in his condition stating that he was able to drive, together with the results of a driving evaluation conducted by Moss indicating that his driving was well within acceptable parameters. PennDOT received this information on 3/1. On 3/4 he received a letter from PennDOT revoking his license. The letter is dated 3/6 posted marked 3/2
He has to appeal his licenses suspension for medical reasons. This usually happens with seizures. He will have to have his physician issue a letter that he is seizure free and can drive without danger. A hearing will be held.
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