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
Owing to the current situation, our assessment services across the country will be limited for the time being. Please contact the centre closest to you for advice and guidance. You can find your nearest centre here by popping in your postcode or using the map to locate your nearest centre. Staff will be happy to help you. Many of our centre staff are undertaking work in their local community to support the national effort to assist in any way they can, following government guidelines to protect the safety of all individuals.
Driving Mobility is the National Voice for assisted driving and independence
Driving Mobility accredits a network of 20 driving assessment centres covering the whole of the UK. Many with outreach facilities, these centres include independent charities and NHS centres which offer professional information and assessment so disabled and elderly people can gain or retain independence.
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Father praises charities’ free Bugzi wheelchair loan scheme and assessment services for disabled toddler
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Transport Secretary accelerates progress on accessibility with campaign to improve disabled passengers’ journeys
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