Medically at-risk drivers

Medically at-risk drivers are people in our community whose medical conditions or medication side effects impair their ability to drive putting their passengers and others on the road in danger.

While health conditions are personal, road safety concerns everyone. We must work together to keep our roads safe. If you believe or know you are medically at-risk, ask yourself if you should keep driving. Contact your doctor to discuss your concerns.

Find out if you or someone you know is DriveABLE

Do you know someone who might be a danger to themselves or others on the road? Are you unsure about your own driving ability? The DriveABLE program is designed to help determine if you or someone you care about has become unfit to drive.

Update your driving skills with 55 Alive

With aging, changes occur in hearing, vision, flexibility and reaction time. The 55 Alive Driver Refresher Course, developed by the Canada Safety Council, is designed to update and review the driving skills of Canadian drivers who are 55 and older.