Potential to Learn to Drive Assessment
Our team of Occupational Therapists and Driving Assessors can assess your potential to learn to drive and offer advice on any adaptations or specialist help that you may need to make this possible.
The first part of the assessment process may include; testing physical and cognitive abilities; visual screening which includes being able to read a number plate at 20 metres; discussion on vehicles and adaptations if considered appropriate. At our main centres, tests can be carried out on our static rig (simulator) which will provide information on reaction speeds, vision, steering ability and braking strength. The rig can also be fitted with different adaptations if necessary.
On completion of the pre-drive assessments, client may be able to undertake an in-car assessment either on or off-road depending on the centre and licence status.