Thanks for your question and good afternoon.If a person here is declared incompetent it does not necessarily mean they loose their driving privileges.Many times a guardianship ise set up only to manage their financial and personal affairs.
Unless the dmv makes a determination that the person is challenged to the extent that they lack the abilities to drive then there is no automatic revocation.Here is the process/rules for that.
Here are the relevant section that would be involved.
This would not post correctly please refer to 1517-1518 it goes through the process.
Please refer to Sections 1517-15-18 here for the process.
The botXXXXX XXXXXne is that it is not automatic but in any guardianship or conservatorship situation or where there has been say a mental commitment the dmv gets a referral and they have medical board that reviews these and may interview the person, etc as per the rules prior to taking any actions.
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