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The law that tends to speak to this is FLA. ADMIN. CODE ANN. r. 15A-5.002 (2011)]. It states that
applicants with chronic recurring seizures, or those who have been treated for such within one year, and medications have been discontinued are not eligible to have their licenses issued for a two year seizure-free period. Medications should be continued through a three year seizure-free period. If discontinued, the person is not permitted to drive during the period of drug withdrawal and within the subsequent three month period.
It appears to me that since your most recent seizure was caused by a one time incident where you forgot to take the medication as opposed to a discontinuance of the medication, you should still be permitted to drive.
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