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Question:

From Chelmsford, Essex, England:

I soon will be 17 and I hope to take my driving test. Will I have to take an extra test of some sort because of my diabetes? I understand that my car insurance may cost more, is this true?

Answer:

As far as I am aware, you don't have to do anything extra to get your driving test, but you do have to declare that you have diabetes.

JS

DTQ-20001125081440
Original posting 7 Dec 2000
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