A network of Centres which offer high quality information, assessment and advice about mobilityFind out more
Lots of useful advice about mobility options to help you back on the roadFind out more
If you’ve not driven for a while, we can help with tuition and refresher coursesFind out more
A range of assessments to help you with your mobilityFind out more
Advice for families about alternatives to drivingFind out more
A nationwide network of centres which hire out mobility equipment to the publicFind out more
Powered Wheelchair and Mobility Scooter Driver Safety Assessment Scheme – training for retailers and hirers of mobility products – click here for details
Driving Mobility – helping you with assisted driving, accessibility and independent living
Supported by the Department for Transport, we co-ordinate 20 independent driving and mobility assessment centres across the UK. These centres provide professional assessments and information so people with restricted mobility and disabilities can drive safely and maintain personal independence.
Disabled Motoring UK launches survey into electric vehicle readiness amongst disabled drivers
Earlier in the year DMUK was granted a small amount of lottery funding to carry out a research project looking into disabled people’s preparedness to switch to electric vehicles (EVs). They are seeking the views of disabled motorists regarding their knowledge of EVs and EV charging infrastructure.
Derby DrivAbility to host Open Day showcasing adaptations and equipment for disabled drivers and passengers
Derby DrivAbility will be hosting a free mobility event for healthcare professionals, Approved Driving Instructors and the general public on 14th June 2022. They will be offering the opportunity for visitors to explore specialist equipment for driving, wheelchair loading and passenger safety.
Leeds AccessAbility returns to give independence to adults and children with disabilities
The William Merritt Centre, part of the Driving Mobility network, is delighted to announce the return of its AccessAbility exhibition so healthcare professionals and people with disabilities can discover the latest in adapted driving, assistive technology and mobility equipment.