Hubby is not allowed to drive until January due to his "fainting" spell, or whatever it was. If you ever pass out, or are with someone who does, think long and hard about reporting it. If you have a seizure or fainting spell and tell your doctor, they have to report it it to the state and you, or they, will lose driving privileges for six months.
We decided to take Hubby off our car insurance until after the first of the year. It wasn't a huge savings, but why pay for a driver who can't drive?
Hubby is tolerating the situation pretty well. I know it would kill me to be on other people's schedules. Work is pretty much the same every day, but a couple times he has wanted to leave early, and still had to wait 30 minutes for me to get the kids together so we could come get him. He also enjoys "hanging out" at the pet store his friend owns, talking endlessly about fish. I am just not interested in keeping track of 2 kids while he chats and looks around, so he doesn't get to do that as much as he would if he was driving.
On a bright note, he comes home when he says (because we pick him up) and he's getting to spend more time with the kids since he currently can not do any of his weekend DJ gigs. I think they are really enjoying staying up late with Daddy on the weekends.