32. Epilepsy, if less than 5 years have elapsed since the last seizure, is essentially inconsistent with driving a road vehicle of Class 1 to Class 4, unless the affected person
(1) has had partial simple seizures, somatosensory seizures or motor seizures involving one anatomical area having no impact on driving; the seizures are always of the same type and do not perturb the person’s state of consciousness, and a period of not less than 3 years has elapsed without any other type of seizure;
(2) has had one or more seizures resulting from an interruption or change in the treatment for epilepsy prescribed by a physician or a specialized nurse practitioner while epilepsy was well controlled, and the person had no seizure during the 5 preceding years if a period of not less than 6 months has elapsed since the last seizure resulting from the interruption or change in the treatment and treatment has resumed;
(3) has had one or more seizures in a brief period of time due to exceptional circumstances or an intercurrent disease whose cause has been clearly established, which are unlikely to recur in a person who is usually well controlled and closely follows the treatment, provided that the person had no seizure during the 5 preceding years and a period of not less than 6 months has elapsed since the last seizure; or
(4) has had seizures occurring while sleeping or shortly after waking up and a period of not less than 5 years has elapsed without any other type of seizure.