Drivers over 70 will have their eyes tested every three years or lose their ...

Drivers over 70 will have their eyes tested every three years or lose their licence under new proposals from the Department for Transport Drivers over 70 face eye tests every three years to keep their licences If they fail their retest then they could have their licences revoked The plans come after Prince Philip, who was 97, collided with a car near Sandringham in January, injuring two women

By Daily Mail Reporter

Published: 02:03 BST, 1 August 2019 | Updated: 02:04 BST, 1 August 2019

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Drivers over 70 face eye tests every three years to keep their licences.

The proposal is being considered by the Department for Transport to ‘identify drivers who pose a collision risk’.

If they fail a test they could have their licences revoked, The Times reported.

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