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
Powered Wheelchair and Mobility Scooter Driver Safety Assessment Scheme – training for retailers and hirers of mobility products – click here for details
From 12 April 2021, all Driving Mobility Centres will be operating our full assessment services, in line with Government guidance.
Driving Mobility operates according to our Best Practice Guidelines (Standard Operating Procedure) to cover operational Issues during the Covid-19 pandemic, which is available upon request.
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.
Driving Mobility and Department for Transport launch pilot mobility retailer training for safer scooter driving
The Powered Wheelchair and Mobility Scooter (PWMS) Driving Safety Assessment training scheme is being piloted to increase training to mobility retailers and distributors, so their staff provide consistent and accredited safe driving guidance to consumers.
Older Drivers Forum webinars Supporting Project Edward
The Older Drivers Forum are supporting Project Edwards week of action, themed ‘Fit for the Road’ between the 13th to 17th September 2021. The Forum will be running a series of six free webinars during the week. Each webinar is on a different subject and designed to help and support the mature motorist to carry on driving safely for longer.