The U.K.'s Department for Transport is being accused of keeping quiet on a study from last year that found that many health care professionals were not telling people with medical conditions whether they were fit to drive or not. The study, commissioned by the department and conducted by the University of Warwick, called for the introduction of regular vision tests for all drivers, as well as better training for health workers and higher vision standards in the U.K., on a par with those in other European countries. These were reported on the agency's website, but Carol Hawley, the lead author of the report, criticized its lack of action, saying that people were not going to report health problems to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency if they thought it would cost them their licenses. The Department for Transport claims that some of the 15 recommendations have been enacted and denies trying to bury the report.