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Re: Teen with ROP

From: Chris
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URL: http://www.state.ar.us/dfa/motorvehicle/driverservices.html
Date: September 08, 2003
Time: 08:32:49

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Jeff

In Arkansas your vision in both and each eyes without correct needs to be 20/40. In both and each eye WITH correction in needs to be 20/50. Your visual field must be 70 degrees, 140 degrees with both eyes.

Arkansas does not allow a restricted license, but DOES allow BiOptics. You are also allowed to retake your test if you fail first screening. That said, there is no special BiOptic Telescope Training/test. Minimum vision through the BiOptic must be 20/50.

Contact:

Arkansas Office of Motor Vehicles Fred Porter, Administrator Email - fred.porter@rev.state.ar.us Phone (501) 682-4630

Hope this helps. Chris

 
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