if the twins had the same initials - their driver numbers would be the same except for the final two letters - after the 9 that follows their initials......................................................... as expected they both have the same licence number (Made up from birth date) but for their initials, wonder what they would do if they had the same initials.
If you wear glasses to drive the doctor (unless an optician) is no longer qualified to fill in the eyesight part of the D4 according to our doctor. Though I am aware some do which could be a concern, I am aware that the doctor must be registered and licensed by the GMC, unfortunately it has been proved that some of the doctors used by some of these HGV medical companies are not, of course this is not all of them hence I said beware rather than don't use them as they can't all be bad. if any one wants to Pm me I can tell them one I know is bad and are still trading despite being shut down once and being investigated for fraud, plus their medicals have been rejected by the DVLA.My understanding is a doctor can still undertake the eye test.
Taken from the latest Government Form INF4D
Who can complete the D4?
The medical examination includes a vision assessment which must be completed by a doctor, optician or optometrist. Some doctors will be able to complete both the vision and medical assessment. If your doctor is unable to fully answer all the questions on the vision assessment you must have it filled in by an optician or optometrist. Please note that the doctor must be GMC registered and licensed to practice in the United Kingdom or registered within the EU.