Some insurance providers may charge a higher rate premium for those with certain conditions these conditions put you at a higher risk. Medical conditions such as epilepsy, visual impairment or diabetes could make you more of a higher risk to insure. The key to saving money is to shop around and compare quotes.
When you have told the Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) of a medical condition or disability, the medical advisors will decide if you satisfy the medical standards of fitness to drive. A licence will be either issued, refused, or revoked. you could be fined up to £1000 if you do not tell DVLA about a medical condition that can affect your driving.
How can insures check your medical records?