I have never understood the comment, made by many people, that Type 2 diabetics don't have hypos. Not True by any means. Both my wife and I are type 2 and have been for several years. We have both had hypos with readings between 2 and 4, normally when we have been busy. My worst was many years ago when I passed out in the middle of an Asda store, luckily the First Aider new what the problem was and I was OK fairly quickly.
So yes type 2 diabetics do get hypos and need to know the warning signs, particularly if they drive.
Vic - Type 2 for 15+ years - NovoMix 30 for Diabetes. Pills for BP, Cholesterol, Heart, Arthritis.