You have to confirm that you are medically fit each time you apply for, renew or replace your driver licence.
Learn about the different kinds of vision you need to be able to drive safely, safety recommendations, eyesight checks and eyesight requirements for driver licences.
This page outlines how dementia can affect driving, and what you can do if a loved one continues to drive with dementia.
What you need to know and do to get your drivers licence if you have a disability or medical condition.
Explanations about the various forms of epilepsy/seizures and the guidelines to follow if you have been affected by them and wish to drive.
If you’ve got diabetes, you need to be aware of the risks involved when you’re driving. If you know the risks, you can take steps to manage them
Information for drivers with head injuries. This page outlines the impact such injuries can have on your driving ability and advises general and medical requirements to retain or get your licence back after you have had a head injury.
Sometimes you're required to provide a medical certificate as part of your driver licensing application. Your health practitioner may want you to do an occupational therapy assessment to confirm your fitness to drive.
As a practitioner, you play an important role in helping to reduce the risk of harm on the roads by determining whether a person is fit to drive.
If you have a medical condition that may affect your ability to drive safely, we may need to review your condition and determine whether you can continue to drive.