When used in reference to a driver's license, “suspension” means that the person's privilege to drive a motor vehicle is temporarily withdrawn. The department may, before terminating any suspension based upon a physical or mental
condition of the licensee, require such examination of the licensee as deemed appropriate
in relation to evidence of any condition which may affect the ability of the licensee
to safely operate a motor vehicle.
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