We know how important driving is to you. Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle gives you a sense of independence and allows you to be connected to your family, friends and community.
Unfortunately, your ability to drive safely can be negatively affected by a variety of factors beyond your control. Different medical conditions – some permanent, others temporary – have been proven to restrict a person's cognitive and physical abilities, and this can have a serious impact on their driving skills.
The following web pages describe what that process looks like – from a review of your medical fitness to the type of assessments we require. You'll also find helpful resources to assist you and your family during this transitional stage of your life.
Driver Fitness Review What is a cognitive impairment? DriveABLE DriveABLE brochure (PDF) Driver Assessment and Management Program (DAMP) Other driver evaluations Is it time to hang up the keys? Concerned about your loved one’s driving skills? Medical conditions and driving (brochure)(PDF)Medical Compliance and Assessments department FAQs
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