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Driving Mobility – helping you with assisted driving, accessibility and independent living

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Supported by the Department for Transport, Driving Mobility co-ordinate 20 independent driving and mobility assessment centres across the UK.

These centres provide professional assessments and information so people with restricted mobility and disabilities can drive safely and maintain personal independence.

Which centre can I attend?

You can attend whichever Centre is the most convenient for you through a recommendation by your GP or healthcare professional. Alternatively, some Centres enable you to self-refer.

Although independent, the Centres are recognised by other mobility organisations including Motability and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) both of which refer their clients to Driving Mobility assessment centres.

Who do we offer advice and assessment to?

  • People with a medical condition that may impact their ability to make appropriate decisions with regards to safe driving
  • People with a disability who think they may need special modifications to a motor vehicle in order to be able to control it safely
  • Experienced, older drivers who may have concerns about their standard of driving
  • Parents/Carers who need to transport people, including children, with restricted mobility in a motor vehicle
  • People considering a wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV)
  • People who wish to begin, or return to driving following an illness, injury or accident
  • People who are recovering from an accident or injury which may temporarily affect their ability to drive or transfer to a vehicle.

What do we offer?

Assessment and advice:
  • on adaptations to overcome physical problems with vehicle control
  • with regard to your ability to drive safely
  • on wheelchair and scooter loading and transportation
  • regarding passenger / driver access to vehicles
The following assessment and advice are available at some Centres:
  • wheelchair/scooter selection
  • motorcycles or heavy goods vehicles
  • vocational assessments for taxi drivers and PSV licence holders
  • postural support seating solutions for air travel
  • paediatric assessment including powered wheelchairs and car seats

For further information please visit the Driving Mobility website by clicking here: https://www.drivingmobility.org.uk/

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