Having a spinal cord injury doesn’t automatically mean you can’t get behind the wheel of a car. But before you consider it, you should consider the driving options and the supports available to you.
Can I get a grant or assistance to buy a vehicle? – The disabled drivers and disabled passengers scheme explained.
To make driving a bit easier for those living with a spinal cord injury an exemptions from annual motor tax may be available.
To make driving a bit easier for those living with a spinal cord injury, you might be entitled to an exemption from toll fees.
If you have met the criteria and qualify for the Disabled Drivers and Disabled Passengers Scheme you will be able to avail of an annual motor fuel grant.
A Primary Medical Certificate (PMC) confirms that the holder is severely and permanently disabled.
All you need to know about parking from meeting the criteria for a permit to how and where to apply and more.
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