NEW YORK -- More than 50,000 New York drivers will have their licenses suspended on Friday if they haven't provided eye tests.
A measure adopted during the pandemic allowed drivers to temporarily self-certify the vision test in order to renew their licenses.
The deadline to complete vision tests at a Department of Motor Vehicles office expired Sunday.
The DMV notified drivers who deferred their vision test during the pandemic through notices in April and in October.
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