Driving a motor vehicle is a complex task requiring perception, good judgement, responsiveness and reasonable physical capability. Therefore a range of medical conditions, as well as treatments, may have an impact on your fitness to drive.

A diagnosis of MS does not automatically mean you are no longer able to drive. However, the symptoms of MS are many and varied and, from time to time, may affect your ability to drive safely.

Practical, everyday advice: Driving and multiple sclerosis Icon

Presented by Mary-Ann Calabrese, Occupational Therapist (Recorded 14 August 2017)

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