Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles – Nottingham
f you do go back to driving with a full licence, remember:
- Allow for more frequent breaks as you may tire more easily than before your injury.
- Ask your doctor or consultant if the medication you are taking will have an adverse effect on your driving.
- Don’t drink and drive as alcohol can have much more effect on a person who has had a brain injury.
- Symptoms that make a difference to your thinking can also make a difference to how you drive, such as slower reactions; you may be more easily distracted or get muddled. Your memory may be patchy resulting in a reduced ability to correctly gauge distance or speed and to work out what may be happening in a traffic situation.
Free brochure, home demonstration or photos of the accessibility car you’re interested in, sent to your email address, just use the online form above right or complete this online search form.
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