Medically referred to as diplopia, double vision is seeing double images of a single object. The photos may be side by side, on top of one another, or a mixture of both. On some occasions, you may even see more than two images of the same object.
Depending on the cause, double vision can either be a temporary issue or a long-term condition. Seeing in double vision may cause you to become anxious, dizzy, disoriented and confused. You may even experience the same symptoms when you close your eyes.
As with all other medical conditions, it is essential to inform the DVLA if you regularly suffer from diplopia. Failure to disclose diplopia or any other medical condition could result in a £1000 fine or prosecution if you were to be involved in an accident. You can report diplopia  to the DVLA by clicking here.