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Owner-driver Clifford Cullis, who has mild glaucoma, is batting with the DVLA about his fitness to drive, despite doctors and consultants insisting that he is fine.
Cliff's saga started when his windscreen was smashed and particles of glass got into and scarred his eye. On examination by a doctor he was told he had mild glaucoma but that he would still be able to drive.
Last October he had to have a medical to renew his licence and the doctor sent the forms to the DVLA. Cliff had still not heard anything after four weeks of waiting so he rang the DVLA. Its medical division told him they wanted him to see an eye specialist because they were concerned about …