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A Pass Ahead Driving School

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Motability Driving Lessons (Driving for the Disabled) - A Pass Ahead Driving School
Mobility is essential to all our lives, but most particulary to people with a disability. Mobility can mean the difference between being able to have a job, go shopping, have access to education or simply to get a change of scenery.
At A Pass Ahead Driving School we are able to help you towards your mobility. We have a driving instructor who is trained to understand the requirements of people with disabilities and, with techniques learned at Queen Elizabeth's Foundation Mobility Centre, is able to quickly ascertain your individual needs to train you in safety and comfort.
If you suffer with any physical, or even visual, disorder you must ensure that the DVLA consider you fit to drive and are happy to issue with a provisional licence.
The restrictions are laid down in a booklet called Medical Fitness to Drive, which is published by the Medical Commision on Accident Prevention. This sets out the standards used by the DSA to assess fitness to drive. If you are unsure whether you will be allowed to drive or not you should approach your doctor for advice or information.
If you have a hearing impairment there is no reason why you cannot learn to drive either a manual or automatic vehicle. You are likely to take longer than the average learner and obviously learning in an automatic vehicle would be slightly quicker.