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You are legally obliged to notify VicRoads if you have a medical condition that may impair your ability to drive safely.

Under Victorian law, you can be required to take an Occupational Therapy Driver Assessment to show that you can drive safely, legally and independently.

An assessment may be necessary because:

  • you have a physical injury, illness, disability, or psychiatric disorder which may affect your ability to drive safely
  • your physical or mental skills may have slowed since you obtained your licence
  • you have a medical condition and would like to know if you are able to obtain a driver’s licence or return to driving.

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You, VicRoads, your family or your doctor can request that you be assessed.

If you have any questions regarding the Occupational Therapy Driving Assessment or the referral process, please contact us – Phone 03 5723 2000 or email info@gatewayhealth.org.au.

Last Update: June 20th, 2022