Chapter 9, Section C:|
Class D Vision Report
Revised June 20, 2013
A revised Vision Report form (MVD-10125 REV. 06/13) has now been approved and posted on the Internet and intranet forms pages. The old Visual/Ocular Report (Rev 05/04) may still be accepted.
Issuance of a Class D New Mexico Driver’s License, Permit or Provisional License with a Vision Report.
New Mexico standards for vision are 20/40 or better in at least one eye, with or without glasses.
If the customer is not able to pass the vision test in the MVD field office, provide the customer with the Vision Report form (MVD-10125 Rev 06/13) to be completed by his or her ophthalmologist or optometrist and returned to the field office.
Upon return of the Vision Report, do not issue a license if:
Do issue a license if:
Issue a driver's license following the procedures below. If the recommended interval is two years or less, or if no recommended interval is specified, issue a one-year license. If the recommended interval is more than two years, issue a four-year license.
Note: All Vision Reports must be faxed to the Driver Services Bureau’s Medical Unit in Santa Fe at (505) 827-0977 for review and possible referral to the Medical Review Board. There will be rare occasions when the Medical Review Board’s evaluation concludes that the customer should not be licensed. In those cases, the customer will be notified by the Driver Services Bureau and his or her license will be canceled, subject to a hearing if so requested by the driver.