Yeah, I agree...
Here's what the link said:
"Insulin and Your Driver License
Each state governs insulin differently. In California, for example, you do not have to report diabetes to the DMV, unless you are diagnosed as requiring insulin. Most states, however, don't require notification until a medical incident occurs, something that would impair your driving and make you a danger to yourself and the other drivers on the road. Blackouts and seizures are two of the more commonly reported medical incidents.
Often, however, the decision is not up to you. Most states require physicians to report any type of "dangerous" medical condition to the DMV. Diabetes is generally not reported unless diabetic-related blackouts occur. Depending on your physician's report and/or recommendation, the DMV may suspend your drivers license until you can demonstrate going blackout-free for a predetermined length of time. Depending on your state, the suspension can last anywhere from 6-12 months.
For the exact specifics regarding insulin in your state, contact either your physician or your DMV."