Fitness to Drive

It is critical that all drivers are medically fit to drive.  Medical conditions causing lapses of attention or lack of control of a motor vehicle can have disastrous effects on you, your family, your friends or other road users. 

If you have a medical condition that may affect your fitness to drive, or are taking medication that can affect driving, you should discuss this with your health professional. 

There are a wide range of medical conditions, or combinations of medical conditions, that can affect your fitness to drive. 

>> Click here to find out more about medical conditions that can affect your fitness to drive.

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