In the last post we saw that the Medical Review Board (MRB) recommended the 120 degrees binocular Field of Vision (FOV) standard to replace the current 70 degrees monocular standard. […]
Part I. What’s all the Fuss About Field of Vision Changes and What’s This About a Historical Blunder?
I first read about the Medical Review Board’s (MRB) recommendation to change the Field of Vision (FOV) from the current standard of 70 degrees monocular to 120 degrees horizontal binocular field of […]
Federal Vision Exemption Program: The current Vision Exemption Program was established in 1998. It was preceded by the Vision Waiver Program of 1992. The criteria used to determine commercial driver eligibility, as […]
Instructions for insulin dependent drivers to apply to the Federal Diabetes Exemption Program.
1988 Conference on Neurological Disorders and Commercial Drivers: The previous advisory criteria before the exemption provided that “drivers with a history of epilepsy/seizures off anti-seizure medication and seizure free for 10 years […]