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Medical Conditions and Driving

Driving allows independence and freedom to travel when and where you want.

In order to drive at optimal safety, you need to take into account your visual, physical, cognitive and psychosocial skills to safely perform driving tasks each day.

We provide driving assessments for drivers who suffer from medical conditions. These assessments are non-biased to ensure that you, your passengers and others on the road are safe.

Medical Condition Related Assessments

You are legally required to notify the RMS if you suffer any long-term of permanent injury, as well as any medical episodes that may affect your driving ability.


We outline below the medical conditions you may be experiencing, which we are able to assess.


  • Age Related

  • Autism

  • Brain Injury

  • Dementia

  • Hearing Loss

  • Mental Health Disorders

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Stroke

  • Vision impairment


It's important you are aware of the RMS Road Rules when it comes to driving safely on our roads.

Click here to access RMS' "Are you fit to drive?" webpage.

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