In Queensland you are required to report any long term or permanent medical condition, or any change to an existing medical condition, which is likely to adversely affect your ability to drive safely to the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
Failure to notify the department carries a maximum penalty of $6,000 and cancellation of your driver licence.
You must have a medical certificate to cover the class of licence that you are applying for.
You do not want to complete a course of training only to find out that you are not eligible due to a medical condition. If you have any concerns whatsoever about a medical condition that you have such as diabetes, epilepsy etc. we advise that you speak with your doctor or directly with someone at The Department of Transport and Main Roads or visit TMR website.
Unfortunately, we are unable to check your eligibility on your behalf due to The Privacy Act but we will endeavour to assist you where we can.