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To operate firefighting equipment, a driver is required to obtain and maintain a firefighter endorsement from the Department of Motor Vehicles. To qualify for the endorsement, upon application and every two years thereafter, the driver must submit medical information on a form approved by the DMV.

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Driver's license examinations shall include test of the hearing and eyesight of the applicant, and of other matters that may be necessary to determine the applicant's mental and physical fitness to operate a motor vehicle upon the highways

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Tests for class A or B driver's licenses must include a report of applicant's physical examination conducted by a health professional; the physical examination must have taken place within two years of application.

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Within the first year of receiving a provisional driver's license, a minor may not drive between the hours of 11:00pm and 5:00am, except under certain conditions. One such condition is medical necessity, when reasonable transportation facilities are inadequate and operation of a vehicle by a minor is necessary. The licensee must keep in his or her possession a signed statement from a physician familiar with the condition, containing a diagnosis and probable date of recovery sufficient to terminate the necessity.

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The Department of Motor Vehicles may cancel the certificate or endorsement of any driver for certain specified vehicles (e.g. farm vehicles, school buses, etc) who fails to meet any of the requirements for issuance or retention of the certificate or endorsement, including, submission of an acceptable medical report.

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An applicant for a restricted driver’s license issued for the operation of firefighting equipment shall, upon application and every two years thereafter, submit medical information on a form approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

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Unless disclosure of records is prohibited by law or designated as confidential, all DMV records pertaining to the registration of vehicles, driver's license applications, conviction abstracts, and accident reports shall be open to public inspection. All abstracts of accident reports must be made available to law enforcement agencies and courts.

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Personal information shall not be disclosed unless it is in accordance with the Driver's Privacy Protection Act of 1994.

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It is illegal to drive a motor vehicle with any object attached to the windshield or windows that obstructs the driver's clear view. Sun screening devices that meet the requirements of Vehicle Code 26708.2 are exempted from this provision so long as the driver or front-seat passenger has in their possession a letter from a licensed physician or optometrist, certifying that the person must be shaded from the sun due to a medical or visual condition.

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