The Motor Vehicle Administration may require a person, licensed as a Maryland driver, to be reexamined if any of the following conditions exist:
A. The driver has been charged with a moving violation in the State, and the presiding judge has recommended reexamination;
B. The driver's medical file has been before the Medical Advisory Board of the Motor Vehicle Administration, and the Board has recommended reexamination;
C. The driver has appeared at an administrative hearing, and the hearing officer has recommended reexamination; or
D. The driver has been referred by a police officer who gives reason to believe that the driver should be reexamined.