Losing sight in one eye – can I drive in France?

As a result of a cataract operation I have lost the sight in one eye. My doctor says that, as I now have near perfect vision in the other eye, I am able to continue to drive. Do I have to inform anyone of this change?  K.F.

 

In the event of certain serious changes in health condition which might potentially be deemed incompatible with driving you are required to voluntarily undergo an examination from a doctor approved (agrée) by the ...

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