|Driver licensing agency
|Idaho Transportation Department
Division of Motor Vehicles, Driver Services
PO Box 7129
Boise, ID 83707
Color vision requirement
|Each eye with/without correction
Both eyes with/without correction
If one eye blindother with/without correction
Absolute visual acuity minimum
Are bioptic telescopes allowed?
Minimum field requirement
20/40 in better eye for unrestricted license; 20/50-20/60 requires annual testing; 20/70 denied license
Yes, if acuity is 20/40 through lens, 20/60 through carrier
Age-based renewal procedures
|Length of license validation
Renewal options and conditions
Vision testing required at time of renewal?
Written test required?
Road test required?
After age 69, no renewal by mail.
Mail-in every other cycle
Only if requested by examiner, law enforcement agency, family member or DMV. An annual road test may be required to coincide with vision or medical re-testing
|Yes (not specified)
A physician may not be sued for submitting required medical information to the department.
Reports received by the Driver’s License Advisory Board for the purpose of assisting the department in determining whether a person is qualified to be licensed may not be used as evidence in any civil or criminal trial.
License suspended upon referral.
Will accept information from family members, other DMVs, and law enforcement officers.
Not anonymous or confidential.
|Role of the MAB
MAB contact information
|The medical information submitted is initially reviewed by employees within the Driver Support Division who work specifically with medical cases. If there is a question whether to issue a license, the information is reviewed by the Driver’s License Advisory Board, which is composed of a small group of representatives and the sheriff.
DLR/Medical Unit Supervisor