We are all getting older and certain things are no longer as obvious as when we were young. Unfortunately, many (older) people have to deal with a form of dementia. What if you get this diagnosis, can you still drive? Dementia can affect a person's driving behaviour.
It has long been difficult or not possible to apply for your driver's license. And due to the aftermath of corona, it can still take a long time before you can take a driving test. Probably everyone can still remember their driving test. For one a terribly exciting moment where
We have often seen reports that the CBR is extremely busy catching up on driving tests and theory exams. There are now more than 600.000 exams that have to be passed. The CBR also makes every effort to ensure that the exams are in the lockdown
today is the day that there are a few relaxations and that we are allowed to do some more. We have waited a long time for this, we long for freedom. What we would not have dared to hope for 3 weeks ago has finally arrived. We have some more freedom again.
It is unnecessary to oblige all driving test candidates with autism to take a driving test, the Health Council wrote in a recommendation to the Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management. The council advises to only have the driving test taken if the mandatory medical examination gives reason to do so.