Driver eye tests crackdown

South Wales Police are warning that drivers who fail a roadside eyesight test could have their licence instantly revoked. Officers say they want to raise awareness of the dangers of driving with poor vision. Your views:

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Licence can be 'revoked immediately' after roadside test

Drivers will be asked to read the number plate of a vehicle parked 20.5 metres away - the legal standard set by the DVLA.

From today, drivers in Wales could have their licences revoked immediately if they fail a roadside eye test.

South Wales Police officers are stopping motorists to carry out on-the-spot eye tests for the first time since tough new rules were introduced, which can speed up the process of revoking driving licences.

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