North West Driving Assessment Service launches new outreach centre at Leyland Community Fire Station
NWDAS is now officially offering independent driving assessments and adaptation assessments to people of all ages at Leyland Community Fire Station.
The importance of driving assessments for older drivers
Following the Duke of Edinburgh’s road traffic accident, East Anglian Driveability featured on BBC Look East highlighting the importance of driving assessments for older drivers.
North West Driving Assessment Service to introduce regional specialist car seat clinics and mobility scooter assessments
North West Driving Assessment Service has launched two new services – car seat and harness assessment clinics for disabled children and mobility scooter assessments for people with restricted mobility.
Relaunched Get Going Live! proves popular at William Merritt Centre’s AccessAbility event
The second in a series of regional Get Going Live! events, focusing on accessible motoring and independent mobility, has successfully taken place at the William Merritt Centre’s annual AccessAbility exhibition in Leeds.
Salford Mayor and Mayoress officially open new RDAC driving assessment centre for disabled drivers
Ceremonial Mayor Councillor Ronald H Wilson and Mayoress Pat Wilson officially opened the new RDAC Greater Manchester driving assessment centre, part of the nationwide Driving Mobility accredited network, on 1st November 2018.
Sutton Mayor and Mayoress declare Get Going Live! an outstanding success at QEF Carshalton
The first relaunched Get Going Live! event in Carshalton, focusing on independent mobility and assisted motoring, has been hailed a success by visitors, QEF Charity organisers and the Mayor and Mayoress of Sutton.
Driving Mobility’s RDAC to open cutting-edge Manchester driving assessment centre for disabled drivers
OFFICIAL OPENING: Thursday 1st November 2018, 11am – 3pm.
PRESS CALL: All reporters and photographers are welcome to attend.
CIECA – the International Commission for Driver Testing
Driving Mobility attend a meeting of the CIECA Permanent Bureau (Board of Directors) in Brussels
Leeds William Merit Centre charity relaunches Get Going Live! to get disabled drivers behind the wheel
Get Going Live! focuses on getting younger disabled people, novice drivers and individuals with a newly acquired medical condition behind the wheel.