Group 1 Assessment
These Driving Assessments help to ascertain if a car driver is competent in their abilities. The driver may need medical certification to continue driving, to return to driving after a break, or to drive for the first time. Assessments may also be requested by the family who is concerned about a loved one's ability to drive safely.
Power Driver Risk Management Services can give you peace of mind by providing a high quality, professional driving assessment service, with the driver as our absolute number one priority. We use our qualifications and years of experience to ascertain the quality of a driver and the level of risk for both the driver, passengers and for the general public.
The on-road practical driving assessment determines a driver’s ability to drive safely in live traffic situations. This is followed up by a detailed written report. The on-road assessment follows the guidelines of the Road Safety Authority’s (RSA) 2015 Traffic Medicine Competency Framework.
These Assessments can be conducted in the person's own locality and from their home if required.
A medical professional may require an on-road driving assessment for patients with a wide range of medical conditions as follows:
- Brain Injury
- Psychiatric Disorders
- Sensory Loss (visual, auditory)
- Learning Difficulties
- Congenital Disorders
- Neurological Disorders
- Cardiovascular disorders
- Diabetes Mellitus
- Renal Disorders
- Respiratory & Sleep Disorders
Medical Professionals are also required to issue ‘Fitness to Drive’ certification for drivers over 70 years of age applying for drivers licences and they may request a driving assessment as part of this process.
With Power Driver Risk Management Services, you can be guaranteed a confidential, objective and independent assessment and ultimate peace of mind for all involved.