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Maine Revised Statutes Title 29-A. Motor Vehicles § 1303. Vision test requirements

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<See Executive Order 2019-18 (2019 ME EO 19-18), effective March 23, 2020, related to the COVID-19 State of Emergency, modifying compliance dates for certain motor vehicle laws. See Historical and Statutory Notes under this section for further description.>

1. Test requirement. A person must pass the vision portion of a license examination:

A. At the time of the first license renewal after attaining 40 years of age;

B. At every 2nd license renewal after the renewal in paragraph A until attaining 62 years of age; and

C. At every license renewal after attaining 62 years of age.

2. Exceptions. In lieu of a test, a person may submit:

A. An acceptable certificate signed by a doctor, optometrist, registered nurse or other person approved by the Secretary of State, setting forth the person's visual acuity in each eye and field of vision. The certificate must indicate that it is based on an examination completed within one year of the date of application; or

B. Satisfactory evidence of a valid Interstate Commerce Commission driver's license issued within the past year.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maine Revised Statutes Title 29-A. Motor Vehicles § 1303. Vision test requirements - last updated January 01, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/me/title-29-a-motor-vehicles/me-rev-st-tit-29-a-sect-1303/


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